[okfn-discuss] Virtual or remote sessions at OKFest 2014?
D.Edwards at ids.ac.uk
Sat Feb 22 01:12:08 UTC 2014
At the Helsinki OkFest we linked up the many of the tech hubs across Africa to host a session talking about sharing different experiences working with open data.
The session was facilitated and supported technically by Webgathering (http://www.africahubs.webgathering.net) in addition to providing the tech platform, web gathering do the live facilitation of the different locations so that participants and organisers can focus on the content. I was really impressed by how well it worked.
Contact the session organisers Sarah Johns or Tony Roberts who can tell you more.
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On 22 Feb 2014 00:38, heath rezabek <heath.rezabek at gmail.com> wrote:
Megan, Beatrice, OKF team -
As someone far afield from the OKFest site, unlikely to make it over there without any weekend days to leverage during the conference, I am wondering if the team is thinking of ways for remote participants to join in discussions, or even perhaps present virtually.
It would seem technologically feasible, at least, to present a session via a Google Hangout, point to interactives which were hosted online, and lead a discussion remotely, all during the span of the event. Or, if not, to simply provide some ways for remote participants to interact and show their support or share their ideas/projects.
Any thoughts on these sorts of possibilities?
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