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Get more delegates for your conference

8 April 2014

[July 2017 Update: Ex Ordo announce PaperCrowd, the free research conference directory. Promote your conference to the global research community for free. Add your event in a couple of minutes. You can read how PaperCrowd improves the Call for Papers here.] Knowing what motivates delegates to attend a particular conference is paramount. We’ve already looked at the…

Conference Planning Conference Promotion

The challenges of a novice academic writer (interview)

4 April 2014

Academic writing can be difficult for anyone, especially if you are a novice writer. A lot of novice academic writers struggle to formulate their thoughts and research onto paper in readable text. Rachael Cayley has kindly given up her time to give us a better insight into the struggles faced by novice academic writers. Where…

Research world

Why Conferences Matter

3 March 2014

IEEE is one of the largest organisers of research conferences in the world. They sponsor approximately 1400 conferences every year, and have created a fantastic video on why conferences matter. Video courtesy of The conference setting is essentially the social platform for researchers. Researchers spend most of their time working behind a computer screen,…

Research conferences

Tips for a better Conference Call

13 February 2014

When organising a large conference, a Chair will usually have a committee to help them with some of the day-to-day tasks. As committee members may be spread across a State or country, it is not always viable for everyone to meet at one particular location. This has increased the popularity of conference calls. A conference…

Conference Planning
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