We’re very excited to announce the launch of abstract management, a powerful new addition to our suite of content management tools for academic conferences. With the help of conference organizers like you, we’ve listened and learned, refined and rebuilt our abstract management product based on your feedback. Now, we’re convinced our software system has all the tools you need to provide your delegates with the best digital experience before, during, and after your event – whether your conference has a dozen abstracts, or tens of thousands.
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Four conference mistakes you should avoid at all costs
There’s a lot to think about when attending an academic conference. From keeping track of a jam-packed schedule and navigating unfamiliar event halls to making the most of networking opportunities and setting up future collaborations, it can be easy to feel a bit overwhelmed when it comes to taking advantage of all the chances for furthering your academic career. To help, we’ve put this list together of what you should avoid when attending your next conference (and what you should focus on instead).
How to attract talent to your academic conference
Running a successful conference is not just about having the most up-to-date research presentations and exciting keynote speeches. It is also critical to consider the people behind the research and the audience that will be in attendance. With that in mind, how can you ensure that you are attracting the best talent to your academic conference, how can you engage them while they’re there, and how can you make sure that they come back next year?
Progress by the Numbers: Don’t Miss These KPIs
When it comes to academic conferences, measuring the success of your event is an essential part of ensuring it improves year-over-year. While revenue, number of tickets sold, and feedback from attendees are obvious ways to determine how well your event went, there are many other important data points that can provide a holistic overview of its reach and relevance. After working on over 350 academic conferences, I’ve gained firsthand insights into the key performance indicators that organizers should be tracking. Here’s what I’ve learned:
Introducing our integration with ORCID identifiers
As an early-career researcher, getting exposure and attribution for your work can be difficult – especially when you don’t have a set of journal articles under your belt. Using your pre-published research, however, you can start to position yourself professionally and build your reputation.