Virtual events can often produce a lot of content, e.g., virtual notes, whiteboards, recordings. As a convenor, you should think upfront about your content management practices, how to convey those practices to participants, and how to support them in being part of the content management process. This might include using release forms and adding relevant information to your speaker guide as well as asking for paid or volunteer curators, note-takers, live-scribes and post-event reporters to help with creating, editing, summarizing and sharing event artifacts.
See also: Archiving of artifacts
Citation: Center for Scientific Collaboration and Community Engagement. (2022) CSCCE Glossary: Virtual Events. Pratt, Woodley, Ainsworth, Carter, Crall, Elkins, Gauthier, Ihle, Kornahrens, Martinic, Santistevan, Shaikh, Sidik, and Wyatt doi: 10.5281/zenodo.6608609