Please e-mail a bio and photo for whomever will present your platform at Live Review. We’d like approximately 100 words for the bio. For the photo, we’d like as high-res a photo as you can provide, and then we can edit on our side. Please send those ASAP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If we should contact someone in addition to the presenter of your platform about Live Review logistics, please let us know at email@example.com.
Please provide the contact information we should provide to Live Review attendees who wish to reach out to your organization:
We’ll make this information available on the Live Review Web site.
We’ll create a short profile page for you on the Live Review site. Below is what we need from you:
Please send the above ASAP to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll also include the contact information you provide (see the “Preferred Contact Info for Attendees” section on this page).
You’ll be assigned a 45-minute session at Live Review.
We recognize learning technology vendors as valuable members of the learning business community and, in general, welcome and appreciate their participation in our events. In the case of Live Review, however, we recognize that many vendors will not want to demonstrate their offerings in the presence of other vendors. To respect the need for privacy and confidentiality and to ensure that demonstrating vendors do not “hold back” in demonstrating their capabilities for Live Review attendees, you are allowed to only participate in the event to provide a demo of your platforms. Employees and representatives of vendor companies may not register as an attendee for the event or attend demos provided by companies other than their own.
The goal of Live Review is to efficiently and effectively provide attendees with targeted demos of learning platforms from vendors focused on learning businesses and committed to serving organizations that market and sell lifelong learning, continuing education, and professional development.
Live Review is targeted at influencers and people in decision-making roles at organizations that create, market, and sell educational experiences to adult lifelong learners. Many but not all participants will be from trade and professional associations. Regardless of their organization, what they should have in common is playing a role market-facing education business. We aren’t marketing to corporate trainers or academic institutions; our target is organizations that offer education and training to those outside their organization.
We suggest you use inclusive vocabulary during your demo—e.g., talk about “organization” instead of “association” if you’re not talking about something association-specific. Talk about “learners” and “customers” and “prospects” instead of or as well as “members” and “nonmembers.”
During registration we give attendees the option to receive communication from any participating vendor, only from vendors whose live demonstrations they attend, or not at all. We will share e-mail contact information with you according to the choice each registrant makes and, as relevant, will note whether the registrant attended your session. Attendees will also have access to recordings, but we will not be tracking which attendees make use of this access.
We’ll schedule a critical 45-minute success check about a few weeks before Live Review. We might not need the full 45 minutes, but we want to make sure you’re comfortable with the technology (we’ll be using a Zoom Webinar for your demo session), that we’re clear on the flow, that you know how to get the most out of participating in Live Review, that we know how best to support you during your demo, and that you have the chance to test demonstrating your software and moving from any slides you may use to the software demo.
We’ll e-mail you with information on how to sign up for a success check slot (via Calendly or a similar technology).
Please join the success check with the same set-up you plan to use for your live demo session (see the “Tech Recommendations” section on this page).
We recommend a hardwired Internet connection (vs. wireless) if possible, and whether you use VoIP or phone, we recommend a headset. If you do use phone, we prefer a landline for better sound quality than cell.
We encourage you to share your participation in Live Review on social media. Doing so will help attract more potential buyers to attend and also send the message that you are a company focused on learning businesses. You can easily share the event using the social buttons on the home page of the event site (https://live.reviewmylms.com) and/or using the social buttons on your session page. However you share it, we encourage you to use the hashtags #LMS and #ReviewMyLMS.