The NRC’s Annual Regulatory Information Conference Goes Mobile
March 4, 2014
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Public Affairs Specialist
While it’s not Candy Crush or Angry Birds, it is a step acknowledging the importance of putting more accessible content on that little device you hold in your hand. That’s right, the NRC is now offering a new mobile-friendly website loaded with information about this year’s Regulatory Information Conference – the RIC.
For those attending the RIC in person, the mobile website will help you keep track of the schedules for all the sessions, workshops and the tours we’ll be giving at our new Operations Center.
But don’t worry if you can’t make it to the RIC this year. You can still use your favorite device to browse through the nuclear safety topics and regulatory activities covered at this year’s conference. By visiting the agenda, for example, you can find out about a particular speaker and view the presentations for technical sessions. You can also take a close-up, virtual tour of posters and table-top sessions
The mobile site will be available until early summer 2014. So, there is plenty of time for activities such as accessing webcast archives, and navigating to presentations, handouts and speeches. You can visit the main RIC website and access mobile content via the link.
The world of mobile of computing is certainly not getting any smaller. So we don’t plan to shrink from the challenge of enhancing our mobile capabilities. We’ll keep evaluating and innovating to make the information most interesting to you available on the devices so many of us use every day.
Of course you can always get RIC information and content through some of our social media sites. We’ll be posting videos on YouTube, photos on Flickr and tweeting postings of content to our Twitter followers. Meanwhile, stay tuned for more “Mobile NRC” ventures in the future.