First, if you don’t already use Twitter, then you need to:
Second, there are three ways to use Twitter at the Summit:
At the end of each panel session, moderators will turn to the audience for questions. Attendees will be able to ask questions via Twitter or microphone. To submit a question via Twitter, you will need to tweet your question using the specific hashtag for that panel (i.e. #eis12a, #eis12b, etc). The panel’s hashtag will be projected on the screen in each room at the beginning of the panel and during the panel’s Q&A period. Each panel will have a Twitter representative who reviews the questions submitted via Twitter and chooses which will be asked. Each panel’s moderator will alternate between taking questions from the floor and from the Twitter representative. Of course, due to time constraints, we cannot guarantee that every question asked will be answered.
Throughout the 2012 Summit, we will pose questions to the audience to answer in a social setting (i.e. “What is America’s largest energy challenge?”). Attendees will be able to text or tweet their answers to these questions which will then be moderated and displayed on a live wall in the Summit’s main hallway.
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