What makes a workshop special? We'll talk about how to create and run an interactive workshop and how it's different from giving a talk. The League is known for our educational content and one of the best ways to teach skill-building is through interaction. Designing an effective workshop is a little different from planning a talk, but a lot of the same skills apply. Come join the conversation about how to build a workshop from the ground up.
Our Speakers' Bureau meets regularly to learn techniques, work on presentations, and share opportunities to give talks on a variety of subjects. People of all ages and with any amount of experience are welcome. Whether or not you can come to the meetings, you can join the mailing list to find out about speaking opportunities — just email Evan.
Our meetings are remote and informal. We sometimes offer structured, topical workshops; other times we invite folks to share what they're working on, ask each other's advice, practice their skills, or suggest topics for future workshops. We meet from 5:30-7, with the first half hour reserved for catching up and talking about current projects. Come when you can, participate as much as you're comfortable, leave if you need to.
Evan Murray • firstname.lastname@example.org