Conference Europeene sur la communication en ligne - Bruxelles, 15 & 16 Juin
Attendees will benefit from interactive presentations and discussions, while they rotate from speaker to speaker in small groups.
The conference webpage:http://www.onlinecommunicators.org/seminars/
An analysis of the Usability of Corporate Online Media Rooms by Dr. Lynn Zoch, Associate Professor, School of Communication, University of Miami
Managing the Online Crisis: How Public Relations Practitioners Target Web Logs and Wikis by Ms. Marcia Watson, Ph.D. Student, University of Miami, School of Communication
An Assessment of Factors Affecting Dropout of Students Enrolled in the Online New College Bachelor’s Degree Program by Dr. Jeff Hoyer, Associate Professor, Department of Communications, The University of Tennessee
Opportunities and Limitations of Web Logs: Views of PR and Journalism by Dr. Serra Gorpe, Ebru Ulusoy, Istanbul University, School of Communication
International Distance Courses with Videoconferencing: Designs, Benefits and Challenges by Dr. Kevin C. Lee, Western Carolina University
World – class PR Measurement That Will Make Your CFO smile by By Andrew Muir, Managing Director, Vocus Europe Ltd
The Changing Role of the Press Release by Rod Nicolson, VP of Online Services, PR Newswire
The Business Case for RSS – Online Content Syndication by Rok Hrastnik, International Internet Director at Studio Moderna
EUROBLOG Study, Blogging in Europe - major findings by Philip Young, Senior Lecturer in Journalism and Public Relations at the University of Sunderland
Keynote speakers will be Neville Hobson and Shel Holtz, co-hosts of For Immediate Release (http://forimmediaterelease.biz/index.php), the ground breaking Public Relations and technology podcast.
The conference will include a panel debate on the topic of “Public Relations, Bloggers and the Media” with Guillaume Du Gardier, Director Online Communications Europe from Edelman PR a representative from Reporters Sans Frontieres/Reporters Without Borders.
Register here: http://www.onlinecommunicators.org/forms/seminar06.cfm
(Journalists and Bloggers can apply online for a free entry pass.)