In case you’re wondering…
How will a Virtual Conference take place, exactly?
Short answer: a lot like a regular live conference.
There will be morning sessions each day with presentations released for viewing in an 8-hour window of time from 6 am CST to 2 pm CST. Then there will be afternoon sessions each day that are available from 2 pm CST to 10 pm CST.
There will be about two to three hours of content in the morning. And same for the afternoon. The sessions will be grouped by topic. For example, there might be sessions on system-building and practice management essentials on the first morning. And there might be marketing sessions in the afternoon on the second day.
We are still working out the agenda, and we’re adding content that we weren’t able to provide when we were planning this as a live event.
All of the sessions will be recorded in advance, and the presenters will be available during their time-slot (i.e. “morning” or “afternoon”) to answer questions related to their session. The Q&A will take place in an online chat space that registrants will be given access to immediately upon registration.
We are close to finalizing a new online portal where we will deliver the presentations. That will be where new registrations can be accepted as well.
In the meantime, if you are interested in participating just send Ernie Svenson an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org and he’ll get you the latest details.
All of the speakers listed below will still be doing presentations. So if you scroll through the rest of this webpage you’ll get a pretty good sense of what the Virtual Bootcamp will provide in terms of content. We will not be able to supply CLE credit, however.
Nor will be be able to offer breakfast or lunch. But you probably would have guessed that.