Three Ways to Boost Your Engagement at NSI 2016
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Three Ways to Boost Your Engagement at NSI 2016

Less than a month remains until more than 500 attendees will gather together in Scottsdale, Arizona for the Naviance Summer Institute! The conference is a time to gain new knowledge and form connections with other education leaders from across the country. We have created an environment with numerous ways to collaborate with others, and our staff will be there to listen to your ideas.

Check out these three ways to boost your engagement at NSI 2016:

1. Recharge and Share

The Hobsons Hub is a unique space to recharge yourself, and your electronic devices. It’s also a place to meet others and have some fun!

At The Hobsons Hub, you can:

  • Take a photo with the Hobsons photo wall.
  • Tell us your story.
  • Learn about our education podcast, Upgraded by Hobsons.
  • Collect your NSI buttons.

2. Tell Us Your Ideas

Make time to visit the Innovation & Learning Lab to network with colleagues and Hobsons product experts, ask questions, and share best practices. Interact with us through these activities:

3. Get Social and Win

Engage with us on social media by following us on Facebook and Twitter. Make sure you use #NSI2016 when you share, and follow along with the hashtag to see the ideas, photos, and insights other participants are sharing.

In addition, we’re running a daily Twitter contest where you can win cool prizes! Here’s how it works:

Enter our #WhyNSI Twitter contest by tweeting about your conference “Aha!” moments. Share something unique or surprising you’ve learned and include #WhyNSI in your post in order to enter to win. Randomly selected participants will win a Kindle Fire tablet! You can only win once and must be present to receive the prize.

We look forward to seeing you at NSI 2016! Be sure to follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook.

*Registration is required for the research sessions please sign up here. Limited space is available.  

Nicole Howard

Nicole Howard

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