Articles Tagged ‘abstract collection systems’

Have You Seen Omnipress Lately?

Published by Gina Wentling

You may think you know Omnipress.

The name ends with press, so they must print. What if I don’t want to print as much as I used to? How can

Declare Your Independence from a Bad Collection Process

Published by Gina Wentling

Now that summer is officially here, spending extra time in the office is especially bothersome. Sure, you’ll take care of what needs to get done, but any process that seems

Transforming Your Collected Materials

Published by Gina Wentling

Papers for your annual event have been submitted and reviewed. You have started building the sessions and feel good about the conference. It’s shaping up to be a well-balanced, enlightening

Do Your Reviewers Know the Score?

Published by Gina Wentling

As they evaluate submissions to your association’s events, are reviewers on the same page? Do they know exactly what you’re looking for in a potential speaker or poster presenter? How

A Collection Process Tailored to Meet Your Needs

Published by Gina Wentling

Does your abstract management system work for you? Or do you find yourself working for it, making adjustments as you go along to fit your process into an inflexible

“Begin at the beginning”: Abstract Collection & Beyond

Published by Gina Wentling

In terms of content for your association’s annual event, where do you start? If you’re a Lewis Carroll fan, or a pragmatist, you’ll answer: “Begin at the beginning and go

5 Ways Omnipress Makes Abstract Submission Easier

Published by Gina Wentling

Just as great reviewers want a better abstract collection system, so do submitters. And who can blame them? After all the time and effort they’ve put into the research and