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Saturday, April 24, 2010
Connect your conference and seminar with on-line forums
By tutormentor2 @ 12:09 PM :: 5450 Views :: Article Rating :: Advocacy, Events, Funding and Philanthropy, Planning
 


Does your conference connect people around issues important to your community, and to information libraries and networks where they can learn more about the problems, potential solutions, and ways they can get involved.

 

Read these articles on the Tutor/Mentor Connection blog. If you just add links to your education conference to on-line libaries where speakers post links to their own web sites, and where others can add feedback, such as the T/MC ning site, you're expanding the ways people who participate can work together to solve the problems that were the reasons the conference is being held in the first place.

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