Easily Incorporate Technology Into Conferences
Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google Hangouts are abuzz with planners talking about how to add new technology options to their conferences for 2014. As a planner, you know your attendees, speakers, and exhbitors all want a more interactive experience. But, for some, adding something new can seem like a daunting task.
Here is an easy, executable list of ways to simply add technology to your next conference and make it a more interactive experience:
This ePosters cafe was created for the American Cleft Palate Association - 12th International Congress on Cleft Lip/Palate and Related Craniofacial Anomalies. Attendees enjoyed the cafe while viewing the ePoster information that was available.
Automated Credit Claiming:
A customized, user friendly credit claiming system that was compliant with all new and existing regulatory guidelines for the American College of Phelbology. The conference had 1,576 registered attendees, who were all able to claim credits. A total of 26,669 credits hours were cliamed. Our solutions also managed 404 speakers, 220 accepted ePosters, and 336 orally presented abstracts onsite.
These attendees enjoyed these ePresentation stations that we offered at this medical conference.
This Cyber Cafe was set up for attendees at the American College of Surgeons 2013 Clinical Congress. Attendees used it to check emails, browse the internet and check in for upcoming sessions.
Narrative ePosters And ePoster Workstations:
Here is an attendee at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions taking a moment to listen to a poster narrative that was provided at the ePosters Workstation. There were over 3,000 posters at this show and each presenter could record a narrative if they wanted to.
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