I asked this question yesterday as I was searching for inspiration prior to a meeting about a conference I’m helping organise. There are so many ideas here, it seems unlikely we’ll be able to adopt many of them. I’m keen to explore ways to go beyond the usual repertoire of filming talks and live tweeting though.
One that occurred to me which wasn’t on this list was the role of ‘community reporters’ (or something to that effect) in which some people commit to live blogging and live-tweeting systematically from their own accounts. This could then be incorporated into a post-conference round up, alongside the podcasts, videocasts and presentations.
@mark_carrigan collective note taking using gdocs.
— Jennifer Vinopal (@jvinopal) March 11, 2014
@mark_carrigan Sessions where you can vote on things is sometimes quite fun.
— Annika Coughlin (@annikacoughlin) March 11, 2014
@mark_carrigan edited highlights of relevant exhibiting publishers’ materials available to delegates during conference?
— Terry Clague (@RoutledgeEditor) March 11, 2014
RT @mark_carrigan: online voting, using online games, live documentation on wiki or else, co-creating feedback, linking 2 relevant resources
— ewenlb (@ewenlb) March 11, 2014
@mark_carrigan subtitling/ additional transcripts of interviews etc will make your materials more accessible & SEO’d
— Sarah Lewthwaite (@slewth) March 11, 2014
— Nils Müller (@Weltenkreuzer) March 11, 2014
@mark_carrigan maybe using organised live-tweeting projected on screen when reporting back from group discussions, instead of flipcharts…
— Ernesto Priego (@ernestopriego) March 11, 2014