Anonymity at Amplified Events

Anonymity at Amplified Events

It is difficult to be truly anonymous at a live event. You may have peers at the event, and you will probably be wearing a name tag for starters, but you can sit hidden in a corner, silent during debates, just absorbing the arguments, which gives you a degree of...
Remote Live Blogging

Remote Live Blogging

On Friday I participated in an experiment to remotely amplify a seminar by UKOLN’s Brian Kelly, in which he discussed: “What Can We Learn From Amplified Events?”. This talk was presented at the University of Girona, Spain. Brian’s talk was amplified in a...

What is an Event Amplifier anyway?

I have been reflecting on this issue recently as my role emerges and takes on a more coherent shape.  As a concept, the amplified conference has been around since 2007, but the role of a professional event amplifier is relatively new.  It can often be tricky trying to...