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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….

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Would your presentation be better off without slides? [Guest post]

17 July 2015

This is a guest post by Enago. Slides are an option, not a requirement For anyone whose workweek includes one or more meetings or the infamous ‘town hall’ presentations or who’s attending a research conference, the prospect of yet another PowerPoint slide presentation is enough to generate much eye-rolling and audible groaning. It seems that…


Offering a true experience to international conference delegates

2 June 2015

Research conferences are becoming more and more international. While cultural diversity is great to enrich and enhance a conference, it also brings some challenges to conference organisers. How can you welcome conference attendees from all around the world and take into account cultural diversity to offer them a great experience? Brady Miller took the time to share…

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