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Elevate Your Conference Education

Velvet Chainsaw

There’s never been a better time than right now to reimagine your education programming for your first in-person conference in some time, for many—in over two years. Conference education sessions have long been considered the main course of the event, yet typically they reek of status quo. Don’t waste this opportunity.

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Focus on learning, not education

Conferences that Work

For better meetings, we need to focus on learning, not education. Yes, sometimes, cultural or professional “requirements” mean we have to provide education. That’s so we can “certify” that we’ve educated attendees to some prescribed standard. Learning, not education. I hope you do too.

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How to Use Your Website to Promote Higher Education Events

Attendease

Higher education events bring your university together to engage students, faculty, alumni, and community members in enriching, fun experiences. When you optimize your higher education website for promoting events, you offer attendees an easy way to learn more about your engagement opportunities and register. Livestream your event.

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Deliver Superior Conference Education Value

Velvet Chainsaw

Here’s what hasn’t changed: Education continues to be essential to a participant’s experience. For example, at PCMA’s most-recent Education Conference, a hackathon explored how the events community can combat homelessness. What kind of challenges can you give your education leaders to make wisdom the goal of your session outcomes?

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The top educational meeting format

Conferences that Work

Read the full article at Conferences That Work The post The top educational meeting format appeared first on Conferences That Work. Sources for additional information.

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Education Committee: More Advising and Curating, Less Slotting

Velvet Chainsaw

Most meeting organizers invest a significant amount of time creating the educational programming for their annual conference. As part of continuous improvement efforts for an education program, organizations are looking for ways to improve quality filters and overall fairness to all who participate in the submission process.

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How to Use Your Website to Promote Higher Education Events

Attendease

Higher education events bring your university together to engage students, faculty, alumni, and community members in enriching, fun experiences. When you optimize your higher education website for promoting events, you offer attendees an easy way to learn more about your engagement opportunities and register. Livestream your event.

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