Articles Tagged ‘Online Collection’

Abstract Collection: What Format Should You Use?

Published by John Eisele

Considerations for Choosing an Abstract Collection Format

You know you want to collect abstracts, but now what format do you collect them in?

Do you collect them in text box,

Help Your Conference Speakers Give a Killer Presentation

Published by Sara Olbrantz

As someone who coordinates annual meetings or midyear conferences for your association, you understand that the value of your conference lies in your educational content. Attendees love conference learning journals,

Bilingual Abstract and Final Presentation Collection Sites

Published by Sara Olbrantz

Your online system for collecting, reviewing and managing speaker files is critical to getting top notch conference content delivered to your attendees. This process should be seamlessly easy for your

Abstract Collection and Management Benchmarking Survey

Published by Sara Olbrantz

Omnipress is currently conducting a benchmarking survey to learn more about the needs and challenges associated with collecting and managing abstracts, speaker files, reviews and how they schedule for their

Top Ten Questions to Ask to Make Sure Your Collection System Can Handle Your Review Process

Published by Sean Lawler

If you’re going to have a call for abstracts or call for proposals, it’s likely that you will be reviewing submittals for acceptance. One mistake we see organizations make is

Every Speaker Wants to Feel Special

Published by Sean Lawler

Since I’ve worked for over three years at an organization that specializes in educational meetings and trainings, I’m sensitive to the meeting coordinators’ plight of trying to get all the

Online Abstract Systems: You’re Collecting Much More than Just Abstracts

Published by Sean Lawler

Some meeting organizers and program chairs end up spending a lot of time going back and forth with their conference presenters to get additional information they didn’t collect upfront. One