2:00 so and so
4:00 more thus'n'such
4:30 panel of so and so's
Each section could be link to its own page, with bibliographies, embedded videos, slide shows, etc. I've made "2:00 so and so" a live link as an example.
Please note that this is not designed, but just a rough sketch to show you what's possible.
This is a Weebly, which is a DIY templated website. Weebly uses a freemium model, but for for a less than a couple of hundred dollars you can secure a unique url and hosting for a year. These sample pages are hidden on a little website I built, which is why I could opt to hide them in the navigation. If you don't mind "weebly" in the site address, you can get by with the freemium version, which is quite robust. The Basic service costs less than $50 per year, while Pro, which allows for password protection so you can create a private site, runs about $200 per year.
This can be an easy way to create a digital conference program / reference, including linked bibliolographies, uploaded pdf files and embedded videos and slideshows.
Although best viewed on a tablet, laptop or phablet, it's not completely impossible to read on a phone.
For the purposes of this demo, I thought this section could
Rob's intro with background on KIN, the Spring conference and an intro to the Fall Dialogue. You can also include thanks to sponsors (which can include links to their websites.)
If you want to embed a photo, chart, video or map, it's easy!
Click on the map below and see what happens...
You could make the site private or public. Either way, you could include a link on the main KIN site.
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