Ask Me Anything, How to Transition Your In-Person Event to a Virtual Event
Many organizations are being forced to transition their in-person events into virtual ones. Event organizers and education leaders may have questions about how to pull off this switch effectively and smoothly. CommPartners and InspirEd are here to provide answers in a free, 60-minute live virtual conversation hosted by industry experts.
Tracy King, CEO and Chief Learning Strategist of InspirEd, and Kate Ratcliffe, CommPartners Marketing Manager, Certified Meeting Professional, and former virtual event producer will answer any questions you have, from re-purposing content to meet the needs of your learners to translating your on-site experience to an online platform.
Bring your questions for a rich Q&A with industry experts, such as:
- How to re-purpose and audit content for a virtual audience
- How to take your in-person event and make it a valuable virtual experience
- Designing virtual learning for an optimal experience
- Working with speakers to deliver engaging virtual events
Tracy King, MA, CAE
Chief Learning Strategist & Founder, InspirEd
As Chief Learning Strategist & Founder of InspirEd, Tracy leverages her more than 17 years in the education industry for associations interested in increasing their relevance and revenue with meaningful live, online, and mobile learning programs. Tracy specializes in the intersection of learning science and technology. She's a thought leader in education strategy and learning experience design. She consults with associations on integrated education strategy to remain sustainable and competitive. For more information, please visit www.inspired-ed.com or www.tracy-king.com
Kate Ratcliffe, CWEP, CMP
Marketing Manager, CommPartners
Kate Ratcliffe is currently the Marketing Manager for CommPartners. Previously, she was an Event Producer for CommPartners, specializing in Virtual Conferences, Livestreams, and Webinars.
Before joining CommPartners in 2018, Kate was an Event Services Coordinator at the University of Maryland, College Park, a Jr. Event Designer in Washington D.C. and an Event Manager for NCSI, Inc., a company that specializes in trade shows and conferences for the DoD.
After graduating from the University of Maryland, College Park, in 2013 with her degree in Sociology, Kate also earned her Certified Wedding and Event Planner (CWEP) designation from George Mason University. After gaining professional experience with on-site events, she earned her Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) designation in 2018.