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Library Guide

Organizing a conference

PORT School of Advanced Studies

University of London

This step by step guide developed and hosted by PORT is a comprehensive tool that helps you understand different kinds of academic events and how to organise them.

Library Guide

Hybrid Events – A Guidance

Ingenious Peoples Knowledge

Ingenious Peoples Knowledge (IPK)

This guide was developed by Ingenious Peoples Knowledge (IPK) and focuses on how to implement virtual events (workshops, meetings, conferences)

Library Guide

Learning styles

Jon Rosewell

The Open University

Understanding learning styles, helps you design better conference sessions that have high level of interest and audience engagement.

Library Guide

Writing Learning Objectives

AAMC

Association of American Medical Colleges

Writing learning objectives is an important tool to ensure that your conference will succeed. the guide by AAMC will help you draft good learning objectives

Library Guide

Organising Model United Nations

United Nations

United Nations

Model UN are conferences which are organized by hundreds of educational institutions at all levels to engage young students in in diplomatic debates and conversations that resemble those at the UN

Library Guide

IUCN Guidelines for gathering of fishers’ knowledge for policy development and applied use

Winston Cowie, Dr. Shaikha Al Dhaheri, Ahmed Al Hashmi, Vivienne Solis-Rivera, Claudio Baigun, Kevin Chang, Dr. Rosie Cooney, Shaelene Kamaka‘ala, Dr. Ken Lindeman, Christiana Louwa, Dr. Dilys Roe, Kristen Walker-Painemilla, Reem Al Baharna, Mohsin Al Ameri, Shamsa Al Hameli, Kholood Al Jaberi, Nessrine Alzahlawi, Rajeyah Binkulaib, Yassir Al Kharusi

IUCN – International Union for Conservation of Nature

These Guidelines for the gathering of fishers’ knowledge for policy development and applied use provide practical and theoretical guidance on what and how this can be utilised in policy development.

Regions

Library Guide

Local and Indigenous Knowledge Systems (LINKS)

UNESCO

UNESCO

UNESCO's Local and Indigenous Knowledge Systems programme (LINKS) promotes local and indigenous knowledge and its inclusion in global climate science and policy processes.

Regions