(ASTD) Media are not interchangeable, a learner using the Web has a completely different experience from one in a classroom. As we use more electronic media for learning, it's essential that we understand the unique nature of each expressive medium we encounter. Here's a new theory for educational systems that's based on four primordial learning spaces: campfires (information), watering holes (conversation), caves (concept), and life (context).
After reading Vanneste's wonderful book, Meeting Architecture: a manifesto, I have been wondering whether the industry architects design the content of a conference keeping the multicultural audience in mind. To be more specific, I wonder what and when any conceptual tools are used to achieve the conference's learning objectives.
Written by a planner, for other planners, this book touches many M&E management issues from a practical day-to-day point of view. Whether you are an experienced meeting planner or you are making your first steps into this challenging world, this book is your survival guide to make meetings and events more effective.
You will be introduced in new and attracting meeting and networking formats and you discover the tools to create your own innovative formats.