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Panel information for the NACE 2010 session, Embrace Your Inner Geek.

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    • Embrace Your Inner Geek: strategic and creative ways to implement technology in your work Panel Moderated By: Featuring Panelists From: Hosted by Scripps College National Association of Colleges and Employers June 2, 2010, Orlando, FL
    • Do you feel like you just can’t keep up with new technology? Do you need help identifying resources that will best leverage your time, abilities, and budget? This two-part session moderated by Valinda Lee from Scripps College hopes to first inspire you with four stories of effective uses of technology and then engage you in a lively panel discussion about current technology uses and trends as well as some thoughts about the future. This session will begin with a description of Web 2.0 and a best practice presentation from self-proclaimed geeks, concretely identifying how each has maximized the impact of technology in four specific ways: One center overhauled the writing of annual reports, one became an expert in teaching students to network using social media, one will report on her year-long experimentation using social media outlets to reach varied audiences, and one used technology to engage and recruit millennial talent. Panelists will focus on how these resources were implemented under time and budget constraints, and how technology was able to save time and/or money. Meet Our Moderator Valinda will introduce the session and moderate the panel following the presentations. email: vlee@scrippscollege.edu twitter: @liveworklove Hosted by Scripps College National Association of Colleges and Employers June 2, 2010, Orlando, FL
    • Meet Our Geeks! In a 2007 interview on The Colbert Report, Richard Clarke said the difference between nerds and geeks is "geeks get it done." Farouk will share his experience using technology to overhaul and simplify the annual report writing process for his department. email: faroukdey@crc.ufl.edu Steve will focus on a project recently executed for P&G designed to engage and recruit millennial talent more effectively using technology. email: steven.ehrlich@tmp.com twitter: @99GR81 Hosted by Scripps College National Association of Colleges and Employers June 2, 2010, Orlando, FL
    • Meet Our Geeks! Nancy will describe her year-long experimentation using social media outlets to connect with external constituents, both for MIT and for her own professional development. email: richmond@mit.edu twitter: @nancyrichmond Amanda will share the DePaul Career Center’s journey with social media, from initial experimentation, to hiring a  new media coordinator, to developing and expanding a social media strategy. email: apowers@depaul.edu twitter: @avpsnowden Hosted by Scripps College National Association of Colleges and Employers June 2, 2010, Orlando, FL