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Get the Most Out of the ACE 2016 Conference

Planning to attend the ACE (Association for Communications Excellence) 2016 Conference? Join this session to learn how to take advantage of the many professional development opportunities and learn how to maximize your conference experience.

This webinar is geared towards ACE members attending the 2016 conference in Memphis, TN, but much of the information is still valuable and applicable to any other conferences you may attend in the future.

ACE is the Association for Communication Excellence in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Life and Human Sciences. To find out more about ACE visit aceweb.org.

(This webinar is a re-do of the one scheduled for May 4th when technology did not cooperate so well :) )

Register for #ACEMemphis today! http://conferences.k-state.edu/ace/

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