Below you will find links to the recording and slides for “A Why-To and a How-To: Virtual Conferences in the COVID-19 Era” Webinar. While you are here, we’d also be grateful if you would take our brief survey on virtual conferences. We will share the data we collect with you. We encourage you to share this page and the survey with others who may be interested in virtual conferences.
Webinar Recording and Slides
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The following resource links were mentioned or shared during the Webinar:
- Virtual Events Resources
This page on the Leading Learning Web site collects a variety of resource related to starting or improving virtual conference offerings, whether you take a more do-it-yourself approach or go the route of working with a full service provider.
- Virtual Conferences Survey
We’re working on a new version of our periodic report of the use of virtual conferences. The report will be based on a survey of what folks are and aren’t doing with virtual conferences. So whether you’re a virtual conference pro, thinking about jumping in, or not likely to do anything with virtual conferences, we need you to participate. Please help us—and your peers—get good data and stories about virtual conferences.
- Matchbox Virtual Media
We (at Leading Learning and Tagoras) do not offer services around virtual conferences, but we’ve formed a partnership with Matchbox (folks we’ve known for years and whose work we admire). If you’re looking for services, we encourage you to check them out and fill out the form for a free consultation—whether you ultimately decide to work with them or not, we think you’ll find value in a conversation with them.
If you attended the live Webinar online and are interested in getting a letter verifying your participation that you can use to claim CAE credit, please click here to let us know. (Note that CAE credit is only available if you attended the live Webinar online, not for attending by telephone only nor for viewing the recording.)
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