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Where Do We Go From Here? Post-Covid Membership presented by Cathi Hight
5/24/2022
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2022 IACCE Fall Conference Member Registration
11/2/2022 - 11/4/2022
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2022 IACCE Fall Conference Non-member Registration
11/2/2022 - 11/4/2022
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Tuesday, January 26, 2021 - Tuesday, January 26, 2021

29 TECH TOOLS TO CREATE COOL CONTENT FOR SOCIAL MEDIA

The most popular posts on social media are pictures and videos, and with a few easy (and free!) tech tools, you can transform your messages into share-worthy graphics that will put your organization out in front. This action-packed session will give you dozens of sites and apps that will help you elevate the quality of your social media posts and other material.

takeaways

  • Make professional-level multimedia pieces in less than two minutes

  • Add depth and interest to your boring social media posts

  • Transform ordinary photos into works of art

  • Create infographics for little or no cost!

     

    Meet Your New Nerdy Best Friend... Beth Ziesenis: Author. Speaker. Nerd.

    Since her first Motorola RAZR flip phone, Beth has made a verb out of the word "nerd." She's here to help you filter through thousands of apps, gadgets, widgets and doodads to find the perfect free and bargain technology tools for work and home. Although the only real trophy she ever won was for making perfect French fries at McDonald's in high school, Beth Z has been featured on Best Speaker lists by several organizations that write best speaker lists. She has written a whole shelf of books on apps and has spoken to more than 100 thousand audience members just like you. And if you're puzzling over why she goes by "Beth Z"... it's because she only finds about three people a year who can pronounce her last name.


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