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Creating the iEvent: Technology Tools To Increase Event Attendee Engagement
 

Creating the iEvent: Technology Tools To Increase Event Attendee Engagement

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Today's events face a new type of attendee and society: the participatory culture. Sociologists have identified today's networked individuals as the participatory class. These individuals no longer ...

Today's events face a new type of attendee and society: the participatory culture. Sociologists have identified today's networked individuals as the participatory class. These individuals no longer want to passively experience your event. They want to participate and be actively engaged with your event. Come and experience these new social technology tools from Skype to Wiffiti to geolocation gaming that can increase your event attendee engagement.

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    Creating the iEvent: Technology Tools To Increase Event Attendee Engagement Creating the iEvent: Technology Tools To Increase Event Attendee Engagement Presentation Transcript

    • To Increase AttendeeEngagement 1
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    • Does technology change your audience?
    • 80% of Internet users
    • Internet Pioneers built into its structure collaborate
    • Sociologists call this
    • Active participation in content development, sharing Participatory Culture 19
    • Social connection to others contributions matterParticipatory Culture 20
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    • • What is engagement? 27
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    • 3 Levels of Engagementconversation, collaboration, collective action 32
    • How can we help attendees get from thefirst level to last? conversation, collaboration, collective action 33
    • #ArtHunt thedallasartsdistrict.org/dallas-events/summer-block-party/index.htm
    • Photo from Samuel J Smith – GMIC 2011 interactivemeetingtechnology.com
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    • Planning Meetings & Events… Not A Piece Of Cake 68
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