Announcing our NEW summer webinar series and guidebook on virtual event planning
Over the past year and more, many of us have been meeting more than usual online. And whether you’ve been migrating your annual conference into a virtual space or hosting regular team meetings, we’ve been sharing materials to support you. This month, we’ve published a new section of our virtual events guidebook that describes a four-step framework for planning successful events, “Making a PACT for more engaging virtual meetings and events: A framework to guide your virtual event planning.”
Register for our summer webinar series: Virtual events
This series of five, 90-minute webinars will run every other Tuesday from mid-July through early September. While each webinar stands alone, the series builds along a theme, making these interactive sessions perfect for you to pick and choose a personal path. We’ll cover:
Event planning: Making a PACT for engaging virtual meetings and events
Event planning: Selecting tools to supplement your online meetings and events
Event facilitation: Making decisions during your virtual meetings
Event facilitation: Supporting conversations before, during and after virtual meetings and events
Hybrid events: Making hybrid events the best of both worlds
Discounts are available for teams, as well as for those interested in registering for the complete series. Learn more.
General registration also opens today for the fall session of our hugely popular Scientific Community Engagement Fundamentals seven-week online training. CEF21F will be the last opportunity to take the course in 2021, and and there are only THREE tickets left after our priority registration, so hurry and book your place today!
Register for Scientific Community Engagement Fundamentals
Scientific Community Engagement Fundamentals offers a foundational curriculum for all community managers in STEM, whether new to the role or more seasoned. Participants in the course will explore core frameworks and vocabulary to describe their community’s purpose, refine or create strategic engagement programming to match community member goals, and describe their own roles and value as a community manager in STEM. Learn more.
Our newest free resource, a guidebook to planning engaging virtual meetings and events, completes the core content of our multi-part guide to using virtual events to facilitate community building. The framework outlined in the guide forms the basis of our first summer webinar, so read the guide and then sign up to dive deeper!
Join us for our July community call (21 July at 3pm UTC / 11am EDT), when we’ll be unveiling a second collection of CSCCE community profiles (view the first collection). Part of a research project to compare STEM community structures and programming, these three-page infographics are a snapshot view of scientific communities.
Data Science SIG Call Recap: Exploring data ethics in our communities
Members of CSCCE’s Data Science Special Interest Group (SIG) met on 18 May 2021 to have a conversation centered around efforts to promote and facilitate data ethics in their communities. In this guest blog post, SIG co-chair Alycia Crall shares a short summary of the discussion.
Meeting and connecting: Our summer community programming
This summer, the programming in our growing community of practice is centered on creating opportunities for members to connect and deepen their relationships with one another. In the latest blog post, we round up what’s happened so far and what’s still to come – including our open house community call and social hours themed around our core values.
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