“Picture this: it’s 7:30 a.m., and conference participants are barely awake. Coffee in hand, they blink sleep away as they enter the room. Rows of chairs lead to a distant stage, and large monitors display the speaker’s slides.
One hour of information-packed slides rolls into the next, and attention begins to wane.”
Hannah Tuberville & Ruth Gotian, writing for Nature.com paint a familiar picture. All talk and no play makes attendee a something something, after all.
In this article, they share several options from seating design to anonymous feedback procedures to timings to revive the interactive feeling at conferences.
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