Give Our Conference Journals a Whirl
In a world gone digital, analog components are often undervalued by the masses. As we continue to shift towards virtual events and convention season rapidly approaching, it’s important to remember the benefits of taking a break from our screens! The creative minds here at JournalBooks have considered all the ways handwritten note-taking contributes to a successful ROI for event attendees.
This Digital Conferencing notebook was created to demonstrate how your clients can utilize our boosts to create a custom journal for their own conference. Continue reading to learn how each component results in a book that is informative, functional and the perfect addition to any virtual event!
Custom Print & Promo Inserts
When designing a book for digital events, your clients can save time and money by including printed materials right inside their journals. Our inserts can feature information that would typically be printed as flyers and brochures that often go unread, including schedules, speaker information, welcome letters and more.
Pro Tip: Adding paid advertisements to a journal is a great way for your clients to eliminate out-of-pocket promotional costs. The notebooks can pay for themselves!
Note-taking is an essential part of any conference or meeting, and research shows that taking handwritten notes is the way to go in terms of memory retention and productivity! Analog note-taking allows for flexibility in creating a system that works for individuals, whether they prefer lists, bullets, or doodles to keep them organized. Add our new Note-Taking Filler to any of our Wire- or PerfectBound journals to help your client promote quality note-taking!
This stock filler was designed with the Cornell Method of note-taking in mind. Initially created for educational purposes, The Cornell Method can be modified to optimize note-taking in a professional setting. With this system, the page is divided into three sections, each with a dedicated purpose. We suggest using the left column for questions or key topics, the largest area for general note-taking, and the bottom for reviewing what was discussed.
The backside of each page offers a grid that can be used for brainstorming, visual cues on notes, graphs, or anything else that helps jog the user’s memory.
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