Tips on Virtual Learning Events

Some tips from recent events and ‘best practice’

Get the video here (suggest you watched it speeded up!): https://www.loom.com/share/c02c0f451ac945e58467ba87893f24e1

Other Resources

Bucks Primer 1 — Effective Webinars

Bucks Primer 2 — Virtual Meetings Advice

BuCKS Primer №03 — Behind the Scenes for Zoom Webinar Organisers

A virtual event can open up new opportunities

Better is to think of a virtual event as something different than an in-person event, something that permits fresh thinking and new opportunities.

Use of a wordcloud live in a virtual session.
Sliders, reflecting live choices, can also prompt discussion, whether in plenary or breakout.

Creating touchpoints that ‘echo’ your event after it happens (which can be as simple as email conversations, or shared photos) can reinforce the key messages, learning and team building.

Creative, light-touch, ways exist to reinforce the learning or sharing after the event, or even to build up to it in advance.
Quick explanation of why you should consider following up the investment you make in any event, in-person or virtual. With virtual events the barrier to doing so is arguably lower still.

Resources for TNC staff only

Staff blog on having a virtual Provide Food & Water retreat

Click here for the blog: https://connect.tnc.org/staffnews/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=1187

Video of an interactive discussion on hosting large meetings virtually

Click here for video: https://bit.ly/TNCLargeMeetingVideo

Workplace (facebook) group for staff to discuss large virtual events

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