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The Royal Library

The Danish Ministry
of Culture






 Persuasive 2010, Program (pdf)

This conference was originally expected to last four days. However, the conference committee has decided that all program in the main conference will be carried out in three days, i.e. from Monday till Wednesday (June 7-9)


On June 10, the Stanford Persuasive Technology Lab is organizing a full day of optional workshops that will include sessions on persuasion profiling, using social media for persuasion and more. These interactive sessions will help you learn, practice and refine using persuasion in new ways and give time for discussion of persuasive technology projects.


Call for Participation in Persuasive 2010 Workshop Day

June 10, 2010

Session 1: 9:30-11:30am

Session 2: 12:30-2:30pm

Session 3: 3-5pm

The Stanford Persuasive Technology Lab is organizing a day of optional workshops to teach and discuss applications of persuasive technology. 

We're planning two concurrent tracks of three 2 hour workshops each for a full day of learning. The tracks are:

  • Developing persuasive technology applications - How-to workshops: bring application ideas & projects in progress
  • Persuasive technology trends & futures - Discussion workshops: issues in applying persuasive tech

Please email proposals with a session outline by May 21, 2010 to Kendra Markle

Space will be limited so pre-register to hold your spot at http://bit.ly/PersuasiveWorkshopsRegistration.

You can move between tracks during the day. You don't need to be registered for the conference to attend.


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