Reminder: TweetChat about Online Engagement TONIGHT!
Tonight (October 20, 2011), the Canadian arm of the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) is hosting a live TweetChat on online engagement from 9:30-11:00pm MDT. (That’s 8:30-10 pm in BC). Noreen Rude, the manager of Public Engagement & Communication Partner Services for the City of Calgary, will be participating.
The hashtag will be #IAP2chat.
Share your Online Engagement Experience
They organizers are inviting participants to tweet about your online engagement experience. As a special feature, participants in the ‘A Journey of Change: It’s not just about an open house anymore’ session at the IAP2 Australasia Conference will be watching this live chat as an example of an online engagement tool. The results of this TweetChat will be shared after the conference on the IAP2 Canada website.
PlaceSpeak is looking forward to participating. Please join us. If you are new to the world of Twitter generally of TweetChats in particular, we’ve provided some guidance below.
What’s a TweetChat?
TweetChats are virtual meetings or gatherings held on Twitter.
What will the TweetChat be about?
We will be discussing the use of online tools for public engagement including the use of social media.
How can I participate?
Participate by logging into your Twitter account and following the hashtag #IAP2chat. You can sign up for Twitter here: www.twitter.com. If you don’t want to sign up for Twiiter, you can also follow the discussion on TweetChat.com.
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