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Follow live tweets: Sessions will be live-tweeted on a corporate OECD Twitter account. @OECDlive and @OECDinnovation will post content from sessions, along with Periscope broadcasts and Instagram.

See the Ministerial Tweetsheet for timeline of sessions with short URLs, speakers' Twitter handles, sample tweets, and images.  

Make your voice heard: Key sessions will be webcast live via our Ministerial website, with the possibility to engage directly online, via Twitter or Wisembly.

To use Wisembly in sessions, you'll need the right hashtag for each room: #OECDdigitalMX1 or #OECDdigitalMX2

Follow the convo on Twitter via #OECDdigitalMX

Watch sessions live here  

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