A workshop is a 45-minute live session where participants learn and interact through structured group exercises/participation. Workshops can cover a variety of topics.
A roundtable discussion is a live 45-minute structured conversation with up to three speakers that bring a variety of perspectives to a subject to discuss with an audience who may participate by asking questions or inputting comments.
A breakout session is a live or pre-recorded, 40-minute session that provides a rounded perspective on a topic(s). Breakout sessions include multiple presenters from a single organisation, across multiple organisations or panel sessions specifically where the end users of tests and assessments are involved.
In a fast-paced live 60-minute session speakers will present competing sides of a debate on a hot topic in the assessment industry. Each debate will include presenters from different companies or organisations bringing unique, and even opposing, perspectives to the conversation.
Informal live chats with fellow conference attendees who share common interests. These do not include presentations. These sessions are geared towards discussions and exploration of ideas.
E-ATP Audiocasts are sessions that are audio only sessions that provide a rounded perspective on a topic(s). There is no video or presentation, just simply speaker(s) talking on a certain topic(s). These sessions allow you to listen while on the go!
A 60-minute presentation where all attendees come together to listen to a presenter or presenters discuss hot topics that interest the audience as a whole.