Class Library New Thinking in Content Delivery & Engagement

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  • Title:New Thinking in Content Delivery & Engagement
  • Category:Planning & Logistics
  • Level:All
  • Instructor:Howard Givner
  • Length:65 min
  • Posted:2/7/2013
  • CMP Domain:G: Meeting or Event Design
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Overview

Much has been written lately on the need to better engage attendees at your meeting or event.  Far less has been written about how to do so in a way that is right for your event and your audience. This class will highlight a wide variety of methods to change up the way content is delivered at your event and your attendees are engaged, with guidance on what types of events they are appropriate for.

Learn about fishbowl setups, flash learning mobs, genius bars, immersion events, and more ideas to take your event engagement to the next level!

Learning Outcomes

    1. Explain how your event can provide value in a world where content is available everywhere.
    2. Identify several seating and environmental changes you can make to your meeting to better suit your specific audience and objectives.
    3. Differentiate between several different presentation formats, and select the one that is appropriate for your content and attendees.
    4. Explain the pros and cons of different models for processing audience feedback and questions, and identify how to select the one that is right for a given event.

Table of Contents

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New Thinking in Content Delivery & Engagement - FULL 01:04:52
New Thinking in Content Delivery & Engagement
Big Picture 13:48
Configuring the Meeting Environment 10:52
Engagement Beyond the Stage 08:12
Crowdsourcing 07:13
Creative Ideas in Content Delivery 09:38
Gaming, Immersion 06:29
Q&A, Polls & Smart Audience Interaction 04:42
Pre/Post Event Extensions 05:05
Downloads
PDF of Slides Used in this Class 50 pages
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