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2013 Call for Speakers is open! Add #PSEWEB to your portfolio

The Call for Speakers at #PSEWEB 2013 in Vancouver is now open! Sharing your experience with your #PSEWEB peers is the most meaningful and rewarding way to participate in the conference and we hope you will consider joining us onstage this year.

What was new for you this year? What was your biggest project? What did you wish you had time to really dig into and make a case for at your school? Presenting is a great way to add Speaker to your LinkedIn rap sheet and showcase a project you are proud of or a subject that the community needs to be thinking about.

See you onstage!

Melissa (@mmbc)

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