LEARNING: Horizontal.

Peer to peer learning, sharing amongts participants, learning from eachother

Education Programme at the Meetings Show London #TMS16: Meeting Design & Technology Streams

14 Jun 2016 09:30
16 Jun 2016 17:30
Location: 
London, Oympia
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Language: 
English
Meeting Design Institute is delighted to present the Meeting Design & Technology Streams that were developed with a partnership with the Meetings Show. “Our most successful and well-reviewed sessions last year were technology focused,” comments The Meetings Show’s Event Director, Steve Knight.  “Buyers and planners are constantly provided with solutions and me

SAVVY CONGRESS shifting knowledge

Customised and interactive event platform tool for attendee involvement and knowledge sharing

 

Savvy is an interactive event tool which stimulates knowledge sharing amongst participants during a congress or event and creates involvement between t

Encourage Conference Experiences That Lead To Practice-Rich Lives Not Knowledge-Rich Brains

Your conference doesn’t have to be the place that only offers expert lectures.

It doesn’t have to only offer authorized, approved speeches. Or one-way monologues and panel dialogues.

Uomo universale at FRESH15

Design is where everything starts. Design Thinking and Design Management are some of the most powerful techniques for improving the way that our meetings and events look and feel.

FRESH15 Keynote: The AHA and WOW of events

Horge Perez is director of innovation at the I+ED Lab network. His experience includes the Benetton controversial pictures period, BMW and other large brands.

Meeting Design Campfire Programme at IMEX Frankfurt

19 May 2015 09:00
21 May 2015 17:00
Heading to IMEX Frankfurt and looking for inspiring education on meeting design? 

Four Values To Super Charge Your Conference Participant Peer Learning

In today’s high-tech, information-at-your-thumbs world, education models have shifted.

Our conference participants now have the capacity and cultural motivation to produce their own knowledge. They experience overwhelmingly support for creating and sharing information and connections in their daily lives.

Is Your Conference Fostering Conscious Cognitive Misers?

Are you creating intellectually lazy conference participants?  Your conference programming may harbor bias toward minimizing cognitive efforts. In other words, your conference sessions and speakers may actual curtail participants’ thinking. Your conference could be creating happy fools.

Leveraging technology to boost your audience engagement

Best practices as well as potential pitfalls of implementing technology at your event to boost learning and audience engagement - Paul Heil from sli.do interviewed by Erwin Dielens.

Seeing is not remembering, it turns out

People may have to 'turn on' their memories in order to remember even the simplest details of an experience, according to psychologists. This finding, which has been named 'attribute amnesia,' indicates that memory is far more selective than previously thought.
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