What qualifies as a virtual event?
Posted: July 15, 2020 at 2:09 pm, Last Updated: July 20, 2020 at 9:06 am
A virtual event is an event that occurs entirely online or occurs in-person with the addition of an online presence. Virtual events will be considered within 2 categories:
Complex Virtual Events: are virtual events that require multiple campus support services. Examples of complex events include town halls, orientations, fairs, and conferences. These events usually have a large audience, multiple presenters, various types of presentation formats, and can include breakout sessions or focused tracks. Event clients will work with a university event coordinator/manager as well as ITS to ensure resource requirements and support services are in place for a successful event.
Client Run Virtual Events: are virtual events that can be organized and managed within the requesting unit/organization with little to no campus support services. Examples of these events include virtual staff meetings, working group sessions, faculty drop-in sessions etc. These types of events can be scheduled and managed using the self-service university supported platforms (ms teams,zoom meeting etc..)
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