Association Brain Food Weekly: 5.7.21

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The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community…. Even after resuming public performances, some theater troupes plan to keep streaming their productions , reports Terry Teachout at the Wall Street Journal. Event Tech Survival Guide.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 2.17.17

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Now, onto the list of this week’s free webinars and learning events. If you’re eager to get the most out of your time at the European Meetings & Events Conference, think of this webinar as a “must-attend.” Plan to join the discussion. Discover what exciting events are doing in experiential, the role of technology in experiential events and how can you make the most out of it, and cutting edge tactics to get the wow factor. Location: Charlotte, NC.

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Association Brain Food Weekly: 2.17.17

Reid All About it

Now, onto the list of this week’s free webinars and learning events. If you’re eager to get the most out of your time at the European Meetings & Events Conference, think of this webinar as a “must-attend.” Plan to join the discussion. Discover what exciting events are doing in experiential, the role of technology in experiential events and how can you make the most out of it, and cutting edge tactics to get the wow factor. Location: Charlotte, NC.

Friday Buzz: Experiential Learning vs. Traditional Meetings

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Many event pros agree that educating and engaging attendees at a conference is crucial. In his new event planning guide, The Power of Participation , Segar argues the best conferences are those that are participation-driven as opposed to a more traditional lecture style. As the power of the hashtag continues to grow, some, like GeekSnack ‘s Charlotte Banks, think nongovernmental organizations are on their way out.