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Responsibility: Director of Regions, Staff
Join Janice Stevenor Dale for a presentation focused on understanding the new and necessary concepts that are shaping corporate offices in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Students interested in workplace design should plan to attend. Click here to register for the live presentation on July 9th.
This virtual conference provides a forum and support for all colleagues across higher education to help them design the most effective and engaging experiences for learners. Leading educators with extensive practical online and blended teaching and learning experience drawn from across global universities and colleges will gather to present immediately useful and evidence-backed practices on both subject-specific and general online teaching techniques.
More than 70 sessions selected by group of nationally respected higher education experts will be presented at the conference. REMOTE is free of charge for those involved in learning delivery (faculty and learning practitioners) as well as Administration worldwide.
Learn more at www.theremotesummit.org.
Join Vanessa Watts in this 2 part series focused on out of the book thinking and effective tools for presenting ideas to clients. This series combines both critical thinking and the skills needed to communicate your ideas. Click here to register for the live presentations on July 13th and August 10th.
July 13, 4pm Eastern Time: Part 1 will show some big crazy ideas and guide students through the process of making them digestible to a client. Students will also be asked to come up with some big ideas of their own.
August 10, 4pm Eastern Time: Part 2 will show how to transition big ideas into something clients can grasp and then students will be asked to similarly present their own ideas in a digestible manner.
Join Lisbeth Linert for a presentation focused on addressing suggested workplace guidelines and speculations of what the future workplace may look like long term from the point of view of a Workplace Strategist.
The workplace has undergone many transformations since Herman Miller’s introduction of Action Office in 1968. There has been decades of research and evidence based design to pinpoint what design elements contribute to worker productivity, employee attraction & retention, building operating cost reduction, and overall employee health and well-being.
The current COVID-19 pandemic has challenged designers and employers in a new way when addressing how workplaces are designed and operate. No one knows what workplace changes might remain even after the pandemic. Click here to register for the live presentation on July 17th, 12pm Eastern Time.