#CAAatMAC16 Tweet Roundup

02 May 2016 3:22 PM | Gretchen Neidhardt

For those of you were unable to make it to Milwaukee this year for the annual Midwest Archives Conference, CAA has got you covered via our Twitter feed @ChicagoArchvsts.

Big thanks to Kat Antonelli, CAA's Social Media Content Producer!

The most popular Tweet of the week by far was on the Plenary speech by Dennis Meissner: 

Dennis Meissner at #mac16 plenary: diversity is a fact, inclusion is a choice. Must shift our focus from diversity to inclusion. #CAAatMAC16

And of course we had to give a shout outs to the number of CAA'ers who presented this year. Just to name a few:

End #mac16 with a bang! Hear CAA's Heidi Marshall on #s601 establishing an archives//Anne Thomason on #s602 unusual collections #CAAatMAC16

Good morning #mac16! It's double trouble w/ CAA's Megan Keller on #s501 processing & Alison Hinderliter on #s503 record mgmnt #CAAatMAC16

Also, a plug for CAA wouldn't be complete without a plug for Chicago Open Archives!:

Thanks Sarah Cain for the Chicago Open Archives shout out! Learn more here: http://bit.ly/COA_2016   #CAAatMAC16 #mac16

Live Tweeting at MAC drew a lot of attention to CAA and its fairly new social media presence, and we gained many new followers over the course of the week. Check out our Twitter feed for some quick takeaways on the poster presentations, sessions, tours, award recipients, and other highlights from MAC in Milwaukee.

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