Computing Association Offers Virtual Meetings Best Practices Guide
The guide comes complete with a list of software options and resourcing strategies
A lot of organizations are having to dip into the pool of virtual conferences for the first time. And as a result, they may feel a little lost about what to do.
Fortunately, a fellow association has a new tool to help. The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) recently released a guide, through its presidential task force, about best practices for setting up virtual conferences. Organized by ACM President Cherri M. Pancake, Virtual Conferences: A Guide to Best Practices aims to help organizers within the ACM community and beyond it to make sense of what may be a brand-new approach to organizing meetings for them.
“This report is designed for organizers who must grapple with quickly modifying the format of upcoming conferences or planning future events without relying on traditional face-to-face meetings,” Pancake said in a news release.
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