5 Best Practices for Hybrid Engagement

5 Best Practices for Hybrid Engagement

mpmbThis event is an interview facilitated by Center for Congregations Education Director Matt Burke.

Join Matt (pictured left) and learning and media pioneer Mike Palmer (pictured right) in an engaging and interactive conversation as they explore the challenges and opportunities that come with "hybrid" delivery. What is design thinking and how can it help you think through your setup? What does it take to build a connected and inclusive experience that makes sense to all attendees, both in person and remote?

Date and time: 2-3 p.m. (Eastern) February 16, 2021 and 11 a.m.-Noon (Eastern) March 2, 2021

The February 16 workshop is at capacity, but you can watch it at 2 p.m. (Eastern) February 16 on Facebook Live https://www.facebook.com/events/253836339482454

Cost: free

In this workshop:

  • Best practices that ensure success and push you to imagine new ways to build community and engagement
  • Leveraging tools and approaches that work for in-person and for online
  • It's not a one-size-fits-all approach, and we'll dig into how best to come up with a plan

Teaching and learning: This event will teach by example, using the Zoom Meeting environment. Mike will present the 5 best practices, answer questions and dialogue with Matt. Then there will be opportunity for questions from attendees. This event will begin with chat interactivity only, but eventually all participants will have the opportunity to join the conversation using webcam and microphone.

REGISTER HERE FOR THE MARCH 2 WORKSHOP