The Office of University Events and Protocol would like to wish you a joyful and safe holiday season.
Join us in 2021 when we resume our workshops. Upcoming topics will include engaging virtual attendees, in-studio options for virtual events, updates from ASU food providers, and more.
In the meantime, please visit the Past Webinars and Blog to catch up on the topics we covered in 2020.
Warm wishes for the holiday season; see you next year!
Join the Enterprise Marketing Hub’s streaming team as they talk about the services they offer to the ASU community. They will also discuss what they can do for you during this period of ever-changing health restrictions. If you are planning an upcoming event and want to make it more than a typical Zoom meeting, this team can help you with that, too!
The live webinar part 3 with Will Curran, Stop Planning Events, Start Strategizing Events has been cancelled, in its place we invite you to watch a pre-recorded webinar from Will Curran on 2020 Virtual Event Trends: How Will the Industry Evolve?
Also, check out the event handbook resource from Endless Events posted below. We look forward to seeing you during future virtual events!
COVID-19 has had impacted our lives in so many ways. It has forced us to change the way we meet, learn, and connect with each other every day. One thing at top of our mind is how do you make virtual events engaging, immersive, and successful?
Join us as Erin Morrow, UTO’s Event Coordinator, shares a look into how UTO successfully plans and executes digitally immersive events. Discover how her team planned and executed a weeklong EdTech Summer Camp, Learning(Hu)Man.
Seth Levine from UTO is back for Part 2!
We'll talk about (and even try out) some methods (and madness) for engaging your remote attendees, discuss the differences between Zoom Meetings and Webinars and when to use each, touch on Breakouts and Live Streaming, and give some examples of how to successfully pull off different kinds of virtual events using Zoom and other tools.
Fellow Sun Devil, Will Curran from Endless Events is back for Part 2 of his three-part webinar series!
Join us to learn about your options and the pros and cons of each major virtual event platform.
We understand that the multitude of event platform options can be overwhelming and we want to provide you with the tools to efficiently choose the right platform that fits your needs.
This webinar will provide clarity on how to start the process of taking your event virtual to the next level!
Presenter Chris Young is a globally recognized subject-matter expert in leadership and organizational dynamics, international protocol, cross-cultural literacy, and negotiations. As a consultant, his past clients include Fortune 500 companies; major universities; national, state, and municipal governments; chambers of commerce and economic development agencies; professional associations; and global sporting events.
Sponsored by MECA and University Events and Protocol
Join us as we talk with Steven Glab, the Vice President of Operations at MarxProductions. He will discuss the important items that event planners should consider when pivoting to the virtual world that we are currently in. Steven will also discuss multiple event platforms and how to choose which option would work best for your event.
Entering into our new digital world hasn’t been easy but here at ASU, we have an incredible amount of support staff to lean on. We have compiled resources in 5 areas below to begin the journey into virtual meetings and events as well as some of the ways UTO can assist us as event professionals.
1. Last week Seth Levine from UTO presented a webinar dedicated to ASU Virtual Event Resources where he shared his most effective tips, resources, platform comparisons, and answered your questions.