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Twitter and other social media are a great place to talk about conferences and sharing what is being said with those who cannot be there. But social media are ephemeral. How can we make that coverage accessible for the long term? Clara Guelbenzu tells us how on her blog Bootheando:

You can use many tools to archive the tweets from a conference. Tweetdoc, for example, is a website that allows you to make a PDF document compiling all the tweets and listing all the people who have tweeted with a particular word or hashtag (e.g. AIICNIED). Another example is Storify , a service that also lets you create stories from Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, and sort and add text. If you want to store all those tweets in one place, you can also use Keepstream.

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Wow, great list! Here is one more:

Storify of AIIC Private Market Sector meeting, Brussels, Jan 2013 http://storify.com/aprimondo/aiic-italia-al-forum-della-comunicazione-roma-5-gi-1?utm_source=story&utm_media=embed&utm_content=related

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Critical Link 7 Conference - Global Awakening: Leading Practices in Interpreting Held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on June 17th - 21st, 2013 http://chirpstory.com/li/91133

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