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Find out what everyone is #chatting about…navigate the world of Twitter chats with new EACE webinar

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EACE members, have you heard about Twitter chats but feeling either #confused or #nervous about joining one?  Are you looking for fun and informative professional development opportunities that you can access right from your desk or even on your phone?  Then you won’t want to miss Twitter 101:  Introduction to Twitter Chats on Thursday, November 6 from 12:30 to 1:00 p.m. EST, presented by the EACE Technology Committee and sponsored by the EACE Professional Development Committee.

Whether you are new to tweeting or a hashtag pro, this informative 30-minute webinar will provide everything you need to become a relaxed and confident Twitter chatter. Presenter Nadia Dovi, Assistant Director in Cornell University’s Engineering Co-op and Career Services office, will discuss the stay-social-with-eaceprofessional development value of Twitter chats and walk us through the process from A to Z.  Participants will learn…

  • Twitter basics, from how to set up an account to how to find and join a chat
  • How to lead or moderate a Twitter chat
  • Ways to manage your Twitter account more effectively and efficiently
  • Twitter etiquette and other helpful hints to stay in the know

Don’t miss this chance to join the #conversation!

To register, just click on the link:

Nadia Dovi

Presenter Bio: Nadia Dovi is the Assistant Director in Cornell University’s Engineering Co-op & Career Services Office where she advises technical students, administers the Peer Advisor Program, and serves on several committees, including co-chairing EACE’s Technology Committee. Prior to working at Cornell, Nadia served as the Assistant Director of Internship Programs at Union College. Nadia received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Hamilton College, and a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from SUNY Albany. You can connect with Nadia via LinkedIn: or Twitter (@NadiaDovi).

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