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What’s New? Moving to Hybrid Meetings

  • July 13, 2021
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom
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GENERAL MEETING - WHAT’S NEW? MOVING TO HYBRID MEETINGS


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For the past year, many of us have been glued to our screens – trying to make the best of virtual meetings. We’ve had to scramble to come up with new solutions to make training and meetings more engaging in a virtual world. Now as we migrate to hybrid meetings, how do we keep meetings more collaborative and engaging? Hybrid meetings integrate technology with traditional event practices to create new types of attendee experiences and content delivery tools. Join us as we explore the possibilities and "how to" of successful hybrid events. 



LEARNER OBJECTIVES


In this session, participants will: 

  • Explore the definition and purpose of an emerging event type, "the hybrid event" 
  • Identify essential technologies used to create new types of "hybrid" learning and meeting experiences
  • Discover updates to popular meeting software along with technology and tools that will help you transition to a hybrid format


ATD Capability Model – Learning Technologies, Training Delivery

To learn more about this model see: https://tdcapability.org/#/


ABOUT THE SPEAKER


Debbie Richards— Past President of ATD Houston Chapter


Debbie is a learning architect, self-proclaimed geek and early adopter of learning technologies. A Learning Architect ensures a clear vision, with a clearly defined roadmap, bringing together the tools, platforms, and content into a form that is easy to use, scales and delivers a great user experience. Passionate about working with and mentoring other talent development professionals, Debbie is the past president of the ATD Houston chapter and a past National Advisor for Chapters. She speaks at national conferences on emerging technologies and is a director for L&D Cares, an all-volunteer support network for learning professional affected by the pandemic.





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