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Pro-tips for planning a scientific conference in the middle of a pandemic

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Virtual? Hybrid? Or In-person? Right now, there is no clear path for event organisers to follow. Global and local regulations are in constant flux, and you may feel that predictions for the future often create more questions than answers. All the while, associations and scientific communities are trying to find a way to continue the valuable knowledge sharing that once happened at traditional in-person conferences. Anne Ornelas from CASSS - Sharing Science Solutions, Paul Gentry from the Royal Statistical Society and Mary Beth Barilla from the Society for Scholarly Publishing are here to help you learn how.

Creating unique and engaging experiences for your online conference

1 hr 3 m

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Seemingly overnight, online events transformed from the new kid on the block to the new norm. And with this change, the exciting novelty of attending a virtual event has faded. Simply running an event online is no longer enough to draw attention and keep your attendees hooked. So how can you create unique memories and engaging experiences? Kiki L'Italien from Association Chat, Jeff Hurt from Empowered Epiphanies, and Marjorie Anderson from Community by Association are here to help you learn how.

Virtual event revenue: Picking a price for your online conference

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Planning a virtual research conference is no walk in the park. Yet it’s easy to undervalue your efforts when deciding how much your online event tickets should cost. We’ve gathered experts to discuss the challenges and help you pick a price that’s right for you and your attendees. Our panel is made up of Emily Blitz from the International AIDS Society, events consultant Sasha Frieze from The Business Narrative, and Anki Frencken from the European Atherosclerosis Society.

Virtual conferencing: Designing event formats for the online experience

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Trying to copy/paste your in-person research conference format into an online event simply won’t work. Our panel of event planning pros discuss online conference format considerations to help you create an experience that will keep your attendees coming back. We’re joined by Kimberly Coerr from The Optical Society, Johna Burke from The International Association for the Measurement and Evaluation of Communications, and Lorraine Reese from the Biochemical Society.

Virtual conferencing: Keeping your sponsors and exhibitors onside

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For many conference planners, the move to virtual means scrapping the sponsor and exhibitor playbook. In this webinar, our panel of industry experts help you rework your virtual event sponsorship and exhibitors programme to benefit everyone involved. We’re joined by association consultant Bruce Rosenthal, Rebecca Orens from the American Geophysical Union, and Brittany Pappendorf from AACSB International.

Taking your Conference Virtual with Ex Ordo

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This sudden switch to virtual will forever change how we conference. In this webinar, our Founder and CEO, Paul Killoran, discusses how Covid-19 forced conferences to break from tradition. And how now is the perfect time to reimagine their future.

Ex Ordo Virtual Product Vision

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You may not know who Mike Rockall is, but you’re likely familiar with his work. Mike is Ex Ordo's Chief Technical Officer and the man behind the system. This webinar is focused on his vision for Ex Ordo Virtual. And he'll take you through what it could help you achieve with virtual events in the future.

Scholarly Events: Is Virtual the New Norm?

1hr 58m

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With global uncertainty around physical conferences, it’s unclear when live events will be held again. We invited a group of experts to discuss how research conferences may be changed forever... We’re joined by Celia Popovic from York University, Toronto; Emily Blitz from the International AIDS Society; Bob Moore from the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians; and Ron Mangun from the Cognitive Neuroscience Society.