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Re: Etiquette for conference


Date: Wed Nov 12 2003 - 14:28:32 PST

In a message dated 11/12/03 5:23:35 PM, writes:

<< How about if there were no handouts at free events, but all the work could
downloaded from the NAEA site, or the state site. >>

At one of the conferences I presented at....they were attempting to have a
"paperless" conference (although they gave out tons of flyers at the
beginning!!!). Many presenters had their handouts on a website.

The unfortunate thing about unless one is really on the ball....I
forget the name of the person, get the web address wrong or would just never
go to get it as I am so busy anyway. Sometimes if it is not shoved right under
my nose....I forget about it. Also, you only have a 30% of folks who are
really so into the computer that they can do that. The rest would really just
loose the information.