Badges are a conference’s must-have, the oldest, easiest tool to facilitate networking at the conferences.
I saw a woman crying on TV. She was moved by seeing a pack of wolfs from a helicopter above a snow landscape in the Yellowstone National Park. I was not moved by watching the same pack of wolves from her helicopter on my TV screen. It was beautiful and impressive to see, but no tears, not even excitement. You may recognize this. It demonstrates the difference between ‘being there’ and experiencing it LIVE versus being remote and watching a recording, LATER, on a screen.
Audiences now demand more opportunities to engage and contribute at conferences. They want more interactivity and relevance from speakers.
Live polling is one of the fastest growing and most popular ways to increase audience interaction at your event.
Pre-event communication with your speakers and moderators is critical for getting the live polls integrated into their event sessions successfully.
The steps below will show you how to promote the live polls, excite your presenters and help them get people to participate.
R.O.I. - or return on investment - is a major component of event planning.
I’ve been reading more and more recently about the connection between adult learning theory, cognitive science, and the underling physiology of learning – this is a critical body of literature for those planning and creating education.