Workshop: Increase Participants Engagement for Your Interactive Session


Workshop: Increase Participants Engagement for Your Interactive Session

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Do you need your participants to be engaged, interact with each other and contribute to your session with input and ideas? Then, come and learn a few highly effective techniques that can increase participant engagement in your session. The workshop is designed so that you will first experience these techniques first hand being a participant yourself. This will be followed by a short introduction to the logic and models behind these techniques. Finally, the workshop offers the opportunity to integrate these techniques into your own interactive session. We hope this workshop will help you make your own participants at Next Library become more engagement and interactive.

You cannot sign up for the Session. If you are interested, just be right there in time. It is limited to approx. 30 participants. First come, first served!

Dr. Christian Byrge, Associate Professor of Creativity and New Thinking, Aalborg University, Denmark

Wednesday, 12 September, 5:30 pm

Campus, Room B

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