Difference between Symposium Colloquium?

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The difference between symposium and colloquium is that a colloquium is geared to a well educated, but not specialized audience while a symposium, is a less formal conference, or a collection of writings, on a particular subject. However, both are used on an academic background.
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An academic conference is a typical conference set up where there are keynote speakers, and in front of the room facilitator. A workshop is hands on for participants, with less speaking
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