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Virtual Conferences: If You Build It, They Will Come

Wednesday, January 22, 2014 10:00am - 11:00am EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Bernie Iszler, CPS, National Institute of Corrections

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What are the pros and cons of virtual conferences? How are they different from regular conferences? What are the technology requirements for both the government entity and the participants? How do you keep hundreds or even thousands of people engaged when they are participating remotely? 

These and many other questions will be addressed as we walk through best practices of sourcing, organizing, and managing a successful virtual conference. Join us as we examine the logistics of setting up a virtual conference and investing in and evaluating the necessary technology with Bernie Izler of The Bureau of Prisons.


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Bernie Iszler
Bernie Iszler

CPS, National Institute of Corrections

Bernadean (Bernie) Iszler is a correctional program specialist with the National Institute of Corrections where she manages learning and performance projects for federal, state, and local corrections. Iszler’s work also includes translating research into practical intervention strategies for corrections staff, designing and delivering workplace learning through a computer screen, and bringing passion and joy to the work of corrections. Iszler began her career in corrections in 1999 as a probation officer for the Tippecanoe County probation department in Lafayette, Indiana. She started training probation staff in 2001 and in 2006 became director of program development and training for the community corrections division of the Indiana Department of Correction. Iszler was project manager for the NIC virtual conference, “Cuff Key to Door Key: A Systems Approach to Reentry.”

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