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The Perfect IEEE Peer Review System

21 September 2015

Since 2013, we’ve been attending IEEE’s Panel of Conference Organizers (POCO) as a preferred partner for IEEE, participating in panels on peer review. At this year’s POCO in Glasgow, we had the opportunity to lead a group session with IEEE volunteers. We asked the participants what would be the characteristics of the perfect Peer Review…

Peer reviewing

The Future of Research Conferences, According to The Experts

24 August 2015

Academics often complain that research conferences haven’t evolved in years. And yet, many things have the potential to shake up how conferences are done. Internet is opening a new world of possibilities in terms of participation, networking, and collaboration; conferences are becoming more and more international; new technologies are changing how information is being shared and circulated. So what…

Research conferences

Announcing new features: Reviewer Widget and Custom Emails

20 August 2015

We have just released a new version of the tool with three amazing features to give you more control over your data and content and make your life easier. Reviewer Widget Ever wondered how suitable your reviewers are for the paper? Say no more! Ex Ordo now have a “star rating” for each reviewer’s suitability…

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Manual Vs Online Abstract Management

10 August 2015

Jeni Ryan is the Administrative Officer of the Trinity College Dublin School of Nursing & Midwifery. She’s been organising events for over ten years. She uses Ex Ordo for the School’s flagship event, the Healthcare Interdisciplinary Research Conference, which represents 200 to 300 submissions. We’ve interviewed Jeni to understand the benefits she experienced from switching…

Conference Planning

Virtually Connecting: Enhancing the virtual conference experience

17 July 2015

Maha Bali (@Bali_Maha), Associate Professor of Practice, Center for Learning and Teaching at the American University in Cairo, MOOCaholic and writeaholic and Rebecca Hogue (@rjhogue), an unaffiliated scholar, innovator, and educator met during the #rhizo14 MOOC last January 2014. Together, they founded Virtually Connecting, a project that connects virtual conference participants to onsite attendees via video conferencing tools….

Research conferences