Best Practices for Event Amplification: a Greening Events II Report

Kirsty Pitkin, Paul Shabajee, Brian Kelly (Editor)

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Abstract

This report gives an overview of the current and emerging best practice in the field of amplified and hybrid events within the UK higher and further education sector. It explores the role of amplified and hybrid events in improving the sustainability of events and provides examples of best practices for organisers of amplified events. The report concludes with an illustration of how the carbon costs for events can be estimated.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationBath, UK
PublisherUKOLN
StatusPublished - 11 Jun 2012

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Pitkin, K., Shabajee, P., & Kelly, B. (Ed.) (2012). Best Practices for Event Amplification: a Greening Events II Report. Bath, UK: UKOLN.

Best Practices for Event Amplification: a Greening Events II Report. / Pitkin, Kirsty; Shabajee, Paul; Kelly, Brian (Editor).

Bath, UK : UKOLN, 2012.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Pitkin, K, Shabajee, P & Kelly, B (ed.) 2012, Best Practices for Event Amplification: a Greening Events II Report. UKOLN, Bath, UK.
Pitkin K, Shabajee P, Kelly B, (ed.). Best Practices for Event Amplification: a Greening Events II Report. Bath, UK: UKOLN, 2012.
Pitkin, Kirsty ; Shabajee, Paul ; Kelly, Brian (Editor). / Best Practices for Event Amplification: a Greening Events II Report. Bath, UK : UKOLN, 2012.
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