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"Predux" - How to improve conferences through peer-reviewed rehearsals
Tuesday, 1st November 2011
Conferences are great places to get up-to-date and generally build your knowledge, but how often has a conference been less than perfect because of the quality of some presentations? This is where the “predux” comes in. As Theba Islam explains, this allows speakers to test out their presentations, and receive constructive criticism, from a small group of their peers before an event.
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By Theba Islam
Theba Islam is User Experience Manager at Emap. Previously she was User Experience Manager at the British Library, and Information Architect at BNP Paribas. She is an integral part of the London UX community, and has been on the committee that organises the annual EuroIA conference for many years.
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