Content Design and Methodology of Seminars, Workshops and Congresses

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Council of Europe, Jan 1, 2002 - Congresses and conventions - 49 pages
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The aim of this handbook is to provide a guide for conference organisation, and to formulate principles for the effectiveness of organisational formats such as seminars, workshops and presentations. It provides guidelines both for those already involved in the content aspect of conference organisation, as well as for those who are new to the area. The principles outlined draw upon experience in terms of language teaching, but can equally be applied to a wide range of other fields.
 

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Contents

Introduction
7
General issues
9
Presenters aims and participants interests needs and expectations
15
Formats for specific events
25
Characteristics and constraints of formats
31
Appropriateness of formats for interests and needs
35
How to direct steer and influence your presenters
39
Tools for quality control
45
Conclusion
49
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