The Opening General Session is only ONE WEEK away! Can you smell the Tampa Bay water yet??
One of our final posts before workshops start is to go over social media. We will be blogging during conference and giving recaps of great sessions and events. If you were at a session and had an amazing experience, let us know! We can set it up so you can blog during your breaks at one of the computer stations donated by Florida TechNet. You also can reflect on the experience as a whole and submit something after you’re back home. Either way, we’d love to hear about your experiences.
We’ll also have a text/twitter updates going on. If you text “Follow FlaLitCon2012″ to 40404, you can get text message updates on room changes, silent auction updates, and session reminders. If you plan on checking twitter frequently, follow us at @FlaLitCon2012.
For those who love tweeting great ideas! Be sure to include #flalitcon so those not at the conference can follow the conversation.
Don’t forget to check out our Conference Pinterest to stay updated on all the hotspots and happenings!
Can’t wait to see you there!
I personally love traditions and what a better time than Christmas to remember them. For the newbie’s or novice Florida Literacy Conference attendees this is traditionally when all the trimming (details) are placed on the conference website. Like, the dates and location- May 9-11, 2012 at the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront.
The 2012 Florida Literacy Conference planning has begun and is in full swing. As the event planner, this is truly my favorite time of the year. It’s the beginning when everything starts to take shape.
And it wouldn’t be possible without presenters. A BIG thanks to everyone who has submitted a proposal to present at the conference. If you haven’t submitted something yet, it’s not too late! You can submit a conference concurrent session before January 23rd. Conference presenters get a discounted conference rate of $210.
FLC along with our committee planning committee (elves) are working hard to recruit speakers and create a truly unique conference experience in St. Petersburg.
You can help too! I’m sure you
- Know someone who rocks at their job,
- Attended an amazing presentation recently, or
- Read a great new resource,
Reach out via email, phone, or social networks and ask them to submit a proposal before January 23rd.
While I’m super excited at what January will bring in terms of announcements, you will just have to stay tuned in. Let’s hope Santa got my FLC Christmas list.
Stay connected via Facebook, twitter (#flalitcon), and now LinkedIn for future conference updates!