Articles for ‘Abstract Management’

If the Founding Fathers Had An Abstract Management System…

Published by Matt Larson

With the 4th of July just around the corner, we’ve been thinking a lot about the events that led to America declaring its independence. And when you get right

5 Questions to Ask When Selecting a New Abstract Management System [Infographic]

Published by Matt Larson

Selecting an abstract management system is an important item on your conference planning to-do list. The right online system not only makes your tasks easier, but can improve your submitters’

5 Tips to Avoid an Abstract Management Nightmare

Published by Matt Larson

Collecting abstracts is one procedure where surprises at the end can be a real pain. Managing the submission process is complicated enough when it goes correctly, so avoiding any events

Short-Cutting User Testing for Your Abstract Management System is a Risky Proposition

Published by Tracy Grzybowski

When an organization plans to introduce a new or significantly updated website, the IT department will typically incorporate a healthy amount of user testing into the project plan. Why? Because

An Important Content Tip for Meeting Planners: Anticipate the Data Gap

Published by Tracy Grzybowski

Congratulations! You’ve made it through another call for abstracts/speakers/papers. Your submissions are in, your sessions are selected, and your collection site is now closed. It’s time to take the collected

3 Really Easy and Truly Practical Ways to Stop the Collection Insanity

Published by Tracy Grzybowski

“To get different results, you need to do things differently.”

Have we all (unnecessarily) resigned ourselves to the fact that a collection and peer review process comes with a certain

OmniPresence: Top Challenges That Meeting Planners Face

Published by Tracy Gundert

The meeting planners we meet love their jobs. Working towards a successful conference is rewarding, and the journey from that first planning meeting to the closing reception includes many satisfying