Making an impact

The benefits and potential hazards of making a cultural impact online, and on how this might support our face-to-face activities?

2:30pm - 3:30pm / Thursday 9th June 2022
Type: Lecture / Category: Public / Series: Making an Impact 2022
  • Admission: Free
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This session will cover issues such as;
• How to adjust the nature of events to support increased reach and broad demographic?
• Inclusivity and exclusivity.
• But this approach necessarily makes the events more passive, with less sense of real engagement.
• How to adjust approach to promote genuine involvement and active engagement?
• How to tempt people to sign up for face-to-face events alongside increased virtual participation?