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During the registration process, members may "add on" up to two workshops at the virtual rate (free!) with use of a discount code. Sign-ups are limited, so do so early. For more than two workshops, please pay $10. Non-member workshop rate is $10 each.
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Join your ABC colleagues for a deep-dive into the following topics through our Workshops:
Tuesday, October 27, 2020 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. (Eastern time, concurrent workshops)
Artificial Intelligence for Business Communication
Peter Cardon and Jolanta Aritz, University of Southern California; Anne Carolin Fleischmann, University of Applied Sciences Ansbach; Kristen Getchell, Babson College; Stephen Carradini, Arizona State University; James Stapp, Oklahoma State University; and Haibing Ma, DeepBlue Technology Co. Ltd.
This purpose of this workshop is to develop research projects about artificial intelligence and business communication by collaboratively writing and publishing research over the year following the workshop. *Requires pre-workshop reading/activities/meetings.
The Pitch Formula Used by Top Silicon Valley Startups
Chris Lipp, Rice University
Through examples and exercises, see how over 90% of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs use the 4-point pitch framework to raise capital and fuel start-ups.
Influencer Consulting: Sharing Business Communication Knowledge through Web and Social Community Building
Curtis Newbold, Westminster College
Learn how to become an influencer-consultant, sharing business communication knowledge digitally to broad audiences.
Tuesday, October 27, 2020 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. (Eastern time, concurrent workshops)
Competency-Based Curriculum Development: From Learning Objectives to Assignments to Assessment in the Business Communication Classroom
Abby Koenig, Jenna Haugen, and Zachary Goldman, University of Louisville
Learn how to work with competency-based business communication and align competencies with course learning objectives and activities.
Learning In and Out of the Human Fishbowl
Theresa Wernimont and Jenny Morse, Colorado State University
Attendees will be immersed in a process to design “high-impact” learning experiences emphasizing student collaboration with peer-to-peer observation and formative feedback.
Saturday, October 31, 2020 10:00 a.m. – Noon (Eastern time, concurrent workshops)
Helping Perception Match Reality Online: Creating an Academic Social Media Plan for Academic Programs and Individual Scholars
Stephen Carradini, Arizona State University
Walk step-by-step through the process for teachers, scholars, and administrators to create an academic social media presence.
Transformative Learning: Starting a Student-run Business Podcast
Marianna Richardson and Jake Conlin, Brigham Young University
This workshop explores business podcasting and reviews the skills needed and motivation necessary to help students transform into meaningful business communicators.
Earn Accreditation in SOCIAL STYLE® to Expand Students’ Communication Skills: Writing, Presenting, Engaging, and Leading
Judy Tisdale, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, David C. Collins, TRACOM Group, Daisy L. Lovelace, Duke University, and Jana M. Seijts, Western University
Hear how to integrate SOCIAL STYLE® into your communication skills program to help students analyze audiences and tailor messages for any business setting.