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Fall Research Conference - Day One Summary

November 9, 2012 10:09 AM

The first day of the 2012 Fall Research Conference has come and gone. There's been quite an online buzz about this year's event thanks to several members and volunteers. In addition to our communications team volunteers, there are a few APPAM members who love to tweet and have provided great updates and insight on the various panels and programs that have occurred so far.

For complete up-to-the-moment updates, you can check out the #2012APPAM hashtag on Twitter. (You don't need to be a user member to view.) Watch for updates on Facebook for YouTube video interviews and find session summaries here on the APPAM website. We'll have some session summaries posting here throughout the conference.

If you're a Twitter user, you can get some great session updates and info from @saragoldrickrab, @5bee9, @4ClairePhelan, @adamcoyne, @lrpeck, and @LebaronSims.

 

 

Here's some highlight tweets from yesterday:

 

 

 

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