Upcoming Virtual Events to Consider Scribing
Looking for an event?
These events were found through Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and referrals. Events can be local, regional, national and international. What is most important is that the event reflects your values, and you want to amplify their work, AND that it is a volunteer effort without a focus on upsells on the part of the event producers.
Consider reaching out to the event creators to let them know how you would like to support their event with Graphic Recording. Note that your work does not need to be webcast during the event.
(Titles are links too)
The Power of Purpose in a Pandemic
March 23, REPLAY AVAILABLE HERE
ONGOING: LivingRoomConversations. orgs
A wide range of topics and timing.
Regular upcoming public service events.
#listenfirstfriday and ongoing conversations.
Zehr-Institute Restorative Justice
Recorded recent webinars.
The National Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation
Network call to discuss adjusting plans and ways of working moving forward. Sign up here if you'd like to participate in future calls or learn more about NCDD's work.
March 23, 1 hour conversation
Virtual Civic Saturday (Seattle)
Saturday, March 28, 2020 at 11am – 12pmPDT
Conversations Worth Having For Educators In The Midst Of COVID-19
(Center for Appreciative Inquiry)
March 24 - April 1, 9am PST (5 one hour sessions)
Recordings will be available
Inventing the Future
(Tina Seelig and Lisa Kay Solomon, Stanford University)
March 30 - April 3 from 3pm - 5pm PST
Limited to 200 attendees