First of all, thanks to the organising team for the work and effort
put into organising CARIDCIS2.
I have just submitted the very long evaluation! It took a while..
I saw the agenda.. based on my own limited experience of managing time
and trying to do presentations of any value, I would suggest that the
organising team carefully think whether 5 minutes is good enough time
to make an impact in terms of the information.
On the first day, there are many , many presentations which will run over..
Just some ideas to share...
1) See if the group forming activity could be done on the night of 4
December.. and then some brief consolidation on Monday morning.
2. Why dont we do an exhibition or 'shopping gallery'. of the topics
we present. so that after lunch, when most of us are going to be
sleepy or jet lagged we could instead, walk around, and speak to the
'exhibitors of the topics' in which we are interested. If we develop
some simple posters, these could be left up throughout the meeting so
that people could check with them at any time? 5 minutes for Deidre on
UNESCO and the CD not enough for me, I will want to know more!!!!
So , for example... if I know some things already, and I would like
to know some more about another thing.. I dont have to sit through a
presentation which I already know.
3) Why don't Ramon and I share the spot on CIVIC and CIVIC statistics?
4) Please no relaxation exercises in the afternoon! We need energizers!
5) Could there be some detail as to the process of the working groups
on Day 2 and Day 3 morning? It might be good to set an agenda so that
the groups work to time.. especially if we are to have concrete
projects coming out of the groups.
Nearby lun 21 nov 2005 09:51:51 AST
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