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App Aptitute: Choosing the Best App for your Conference or Event by Brad Neuman

Websites designed for mobile devices are popular ways to share information with attendees. However, understanding the differences between, native, web-based and hybrid mobile apps are essential in choosing the right technology for your event or conference.

A web app is an application accessed through a devices browser and is limited by the functionality of the mobile browser. In contrast, a native app is downloaded onto the device, loading all pages/documents when the app is installed thus eliminating the need for a network to view content.

New Presentation Management System

Preseria AS, founded in 2008, is an innovative software company focusing on providing high end software solutions for conference planners, technical staff and speakers. We create innovative technologies and software geared towards the meeting and event industry. With several thousand users Preseria AS is securing its position amongst professional presenters and organizers as the new industry standard. Our products increase the competitiveness of our costumers in an already tough market. Preseria Conference makes life easier for presenters and conference organizers.

New Presentation Management System

Preseria Conference is a complete and unparalleled presentation management system. This tool helps organizers and presenters through all stages from gathering and quality control, seamless and problem free execution, to on-line publishing Check out our 2 minute introduction: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hnZ9iFYSXA

Eventdrive

EventDrive is an online platform for Event Intelligence. It covers all aspects of event communication and in depth ROI and trend analysis. It is based on 17 years of field experience and over 4000 event-productions of CEO and founder Danny Stevens.

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Will a Harvard Professor's New Technology Make College Lectures a Thing of the Past?

ecturing.professor.jpg Another sign that the college lecture might be dying: Harvard University physics professor Eric Mazur is championing the "flipped classroom," a model where information traditionally transferred during lectures is learned on a student's own time, and classroom time is spent discussing and applying knowledge to real-world situations.

Vision (UK)

Future Lab’s bi-annual magazine offers possible visions of the future of learning with digital technologies and other innovative resources. This magazine focuses on education, but most of the information can be used in meetings. You just have to replace the word student by delegate and teacher by meeting planner.
 

Turning Meetings Upside Down

SOME CLIPPINGS FROM THE ARTICLE

The No. 1 thing that people will tell you is that the value for the meeting was what happened outside the meeting rooms. I know one meeting planner who does something really cool: She puts flip charts near the coffeepots. She found that if you're talking to somebody, you need paper.

Secrets of Effective Meetings and Events

 
Written by a planner, for other planners, this book touches many M&E management issues from a practical day-to-day point of view. Whether you are an experienced meeting planner or you are making your first steps into this challenging world, this book is your survival guide to make meetings and events more effective.
You will be introduced in new and attracting meeting and networking formats and you discover the tools to create your own innovative formats.

26 Tips for Designing Great Webcasts & Webinars

It seems like webcasts at conferences are popping up all over the place.  I believe that webcasts are going to become an important virtual component of face 2 face meetings in the future. 

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