Thanks for your question! (Emma Beckett)

In this post Emma Becket reflects on the joys and pitfalls of conference question time.

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Learning about conferences by organising a conference (Karen Strojek)

In this post Karen Strojek reflects on how she learnt about what conferences were all about by joining the organising team of an institutional conference for graduate researchers.

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Graphic Recording – Engaging audiences at conferences (Rebecca Osborne)

In this post Rebecca Osborne shares how the use of graphic recording at conferences can help participants learn more and prevent them from dosing off!

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Saying ‘no’ to conference opportunities (James Burford)

In this post James Burford builds on the Research Whisperer’s recent post on boundary-setting. He reflects on saying ‘no’ to conference opportunities.

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Conference Ambassador Programmes (Tony Rogers)

Most accounts on conferences emerge from the point of view of the field, and the knowledge production and learning that these gatherings enable. In this post Tony Rogers examines conferences from the perspective of place and introduces Conference Ambassador Programmes.

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Organising, funding and participating in care-friendly conferences (Emily F. Henderson)

Conference Inference co-editor Emily Henderson presents the outputs from her ‘In Two Places at Once’ study on conferences and care.

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