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Background & Goals
Organizing a successful digital event can be complicated. Unclear tasks and goals can cause confusion, over-flowing inboxes, and endless online meetings that seem to go around in circles. Not quite knowing what to expect in online event planning –the unknown unknowns of an online event –can make things even more complicated when new tasks appear late in your event planning timeline and no one is quite sure who’s re-sponsible for them.
Creating a step-by-step plan with clearly defined tasks andresponsibilitiesthat take into account all of the goals and risks involved in your event will make the event planning efficient and reduce complexity. Defining an easy-to-use central tool for task managementand communication, setting up clear communication chan-nels, and agreeing on how you want to use these collaboration tools as a team are important elements of effective digital collaboration.
In this workshop, we’ll go over the steps required to plan and carry out asuccessful online event. We’ll dis-cuss tasks and roles, organizing communication,define deadlines and manage event risks. Participants will plan the event as a team and develop a clear understanding of their goals in collaboration.
- What is our goal, and what steps will we need to take in order to achieve that goal?
- What needs to be done in order to have a successful digital event?
- Running a digital event
- Communicating with guests and participantsoRegistration process
- Evaluationand feedbackoTech tools (Lounjee, Teams, etc)
- Which tasks do we see, and who will be responsible for them?
- What responsibilities have we identified?
- How will we organize ourselves? Who will be responsible for varioustypes of tasks?
- Where and how will we meet? How often? For which purposes?
- How can we best use Microsoft Teams to organize tasks, documents, and communication?
- What do we need to communicate about? How will we organize our communication to avoid an email flood?
- Which documents need to be created and who will be responsible for them?
Interactive digital methods, including collaboration with online tools.
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Graduate Studies Support
Workshop: 04.& 05. Mai 2022, jeweils 9:00-13:00 (online)