GaMPI MEC Innovative Techniques In Conference Formats

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In a world of multi-tasking and high-tech innovations, today's attendee wants a meeting experience which will inspire and influence change. We need to engage their hearts and minds by designing events which are interactive and stimulating. Bulleted PowerPointless sessions and talking heads will not cut it any longer.

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  1. 1. InnovativeTechniquesIn Conference Formats 1
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  6. 6. 80% of Internet users
  7. 7. Internet Pioneers built into its structure collaborate
  8. 8. Sociologists call this
  9. 9. Connection
  10. 10. Active participation in content development, sharing Participatory Culture 25
  11. 11. Social connection to others contributions matterParticipatory Culture 26
  12. 12. • How does participatory learning impact traditional conferences? 27
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  19. 19. Define engagement 34
  20. 20. Pair Squared What does engagementmean to you? 35
  21. 21. Pair SquaredAttendee A tells Attendee B 36
  22. 22. Pair SquaredPair turns to another pair B tells 2nd pair what A said A tells 2nd pair what B said Repeat process with 2nd pair telling 1st pair 37
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  26. 26. 3 Levels of Engagementconversation, collaboration, collective action 41
  27. 27. How can we help attendees get from thefirst level to last? conversation, collaboration, collective action 42
  28. 28. of Academy activities
  29. 29. of Academy activities 1991 Berkley Study
  30. 30. 1991 Berkley Study
  31. 31. Bligh, 2000
  32. 32. Bligh, 2000
  33. 33. People usually forget90% of what they learn in a class within 30 days. Majority of loss occurs within hours of class. German psychologist & memory researcher Hermann Ebbinghaus
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  36. 36. InnovativeConference Formats 52
  37. 37. Body VotingInnovative Conference Formats 53
  38. 38. Body Voting Case StudiesInnovative Conference Formats 54
  39. 39. Critical Incidents Innovative Conference Formats 55
  40. 40. Critical Incidents Fishbowls Innovative Conference Formats 56
  41. 41. Gamification (Foursquare,Gowalla, Scvngr) Innovative Conference Formats 57
  42. 42. Human SpectagramsInnovative Conference Formats 58
  43. 43. Jigsaw Grouping Brainstorming Innovative Conference Formats 59
  44. 44. LecturetteInnovative Conference Formats 60
  45. 45. Lecturette Mind MapsInnovative Conference Formats 61
  46. 46. Open Space SessionsInnovative Conference Formats 62
  47. 47. Pair SquaredInnovative Conference Formats 63
  48. 48. Pair Squared Peer2Peer RoundtablesInnovative Conference Formats 64
  49. 49. Role Plays SkypeInnovative Conference Formats 65
  50. 50. Role Plays Structured Note TakingInnovative Conference Formats 66
  51. 51. World Cafe ModelInnovative Conference Formats 67
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