eventScribe Apps The eventScribe App, part of the CadmiumCD platform, is more than a social media app for events. It allows meeting planners to deliver content and educational materials to attendees at their conferences, and maximize revenue through ad streams.

Melissa Goodman, AUA Programs Manager, and her team member, Erin Nichols, wanted a better way to track learner retention at the Annual Meeting. They wanted to set up benchmarks that determine learner knowledge before, during, and after each session.

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How AUA Tracks Learner Retention with Live Polling

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Founded in 1902, the American Urological Association (AUA) is a premier urologic association, providing invaluable support to the urologic community. The AUA Annual Meeting...

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4 Features That Make Event Tech Work Better

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This article was written by CadmiumCD Contributor, Pamela Shigeoka. CadmiumCD has been busy this year improving their products and adding new features to make managing your...

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4 Ways to Energize Your Conference

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This article was written by CadmiumCD Contributor, Pamela Shigeoka. How NAFSA Energized Their 2017 Conference NAFSA: Association of International Educators held their Annual...

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How The New Apple App Review Guidelines Will Affect Event Apps

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This article was written by, Peter Wyatt, CTO and Co-Founder of CadmiumCD *NOTE: These guidelines have changed. Please see this article for the most recent update. In June,...

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How AUA Redefined their Annual Meeting’s Speaker Experience

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This article was written by CadmiumCD Contributor, Pamela Shigeoka. This past May, the American Urological Association held its 112th annual conference, the AUA Annual Meeting....

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CadmiumCD Launches Enhanced Meeting Planning App at WVC Annual Conference

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Expanded App Features Include Meeting Planning Tools, Alternative User Experiences, and Instant Communication Between Team Members at Conferences FOREST HILL, Maryland —...

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CadmiumCD Wins Big at Event Technology Awards for the Second Year in a Row

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Having won last year’s Best Event Technology Partnership at last year’s Event Technology Awards for their work with GES on digital signage, CadmiumCD has done it...

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Better Together: Do Print and Digital Create Stronger Conference Communications?

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Today’s contributor is Jenn Waters, Assistant Publisher and Digital Media Manager, CustomNEWS, Inc. When did it become one or the other – print or digital – when...

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Audience Response Should Be More Social

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Traditional Audience Response Systems Audience response has been around for ages. “Raise your hand,” is an old form of taking a poll. People have been clapping to show...

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