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# Find a speaker!
 
# Find a speaker!
## Ask contacts outside SL.
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#* Ask contacts outside SL.
## Check related groups inside SL.
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#* Check related groups inside SL.
## Check pertinent events inside SL.
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#* Check pertinent events inside SL.
 
# Get approval from the Planning Committee. (Is this required?)
 
# Get approval from the Planning Committee. (Is this required?)
## Decide on potential dates/events.
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#* Decide on potential dates/events.
 
# Invite the speaker.
 
# Invite the speaker.
## Confirm dates.
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#* Confirm dates.
## Give them an overview of what to expect and what is expected from them. (Maybe we need a standard email or a wiki page for this.)
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#* Give them an overview of what to expect and what is expected from them. (Maybe we need a standard email or a wiki page for this.)
 
# Create an avatar for the speaker. (Is this required? Should we have a set of generic "ISM*" alts whose display name we change as required?)
 
# Create an avatar for the speaker. (Is this required? Should we have a set of generic "ISM*" alts whose display name we change as required?)
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# Send a reminder close to the event date to confirm that they're still good to go.
  
 
== Related Pages ==
 
== Related Pages ==
  
* Event Planning
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* [[Event Planning]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 22:27, 4 November 2015

Protocol: Speaker Events

Description
How to plan and organize speaker events.
Rationale
To provide a checklist of things to do to invite speakers to an event.
Users
Event organizers

Steps

  1. Find a speaker!
    • Ask contacts outside SL.
    • Check related groups inside SL.
    • Check pertinent events inside SL.
  2. Get approval from the Planning Committee. (Is this required?)
    • Decide on potential dates/events.
  3. Invite the speaker.
    • Confirm dates.
    • Give them an overview of what to expect and what is expected from them. (Maybe we need a standard email or a wiki page for this.)
  4. Create an avatar for the speaker. (Is this required? Should we have a set of generic "ISM*" alts whose display name we change as required?)
  5. Send a reminder close to the event date to confirm that they're still good to go.

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