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Follow #AAM2019 From Anywhere

Category: 2019 Annual Meeting
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Nothing beats the in-person experience of AAM’s Annual Meeting and MuseumExpo: meeting colleagues, hearing ideas straight from the source in sessions, and checking out the intriguing displays from exhibitors. But social media adds another dimension to the meeting, allowing the whole museum community to follow the conversation wherever they are, enabling exchanges that wouldn’t otherwise be possible. If you can’t make it to New Orleans for #AAM2019, or you will be attending but want to tap into the expanded discussion, here are the best ways to follow along:

AAM’s Social Media Profiles

Start at the source with AAM’s Twitter and Facebook feeds. We’ll be sharing live updates and boosting reactions from the field throughout the meeting.

Social Media Journalists

Our group of thirteen Social Media Journalists will be roving New Orleans, attending sessions and events that pique their interest and reporting what they find. They come from a range of backgrounds, from collections stewardship to digital engagement, but share a passionate curiosity for and belief in museums. Check out the list of journalists selected and follow your favorites for Annual Meeting updates straight to your feed, or check out the #AAMSMJ hashtag on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to see all their posts in one place.

#AAM2019 Hashtag

Attendees are encouraged to post their reactions on social media under the hashtag #AAM2019, the digital convening point for this year’s meeting. Sample the broad range of voices speaking from our field, start conversations about what you see, and get connected with your museum colleagues. Follow on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

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