If so, you might want to give the "Using Virtual Reality for Stakeholder Engagement" mini-conference some thought. The event is presented by PublicDecisions and will be held on Thursday, July 16 from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm (Eastern).
Conducted entirely in the virtual world Second Life, this one-day conference will provide you with the opportunity to experience and learn about the possibilities of hosting stakeholder learning events using virtual reality. You'll participate in presentations (including a virtual deliberation held in Second Life), discussions . . . even "field trips" that demonstrate how virtual reality is being used for stakeholder learning today.
What You'll Learn:
- The benefits and drawbacks of working with stakeholders in Second Life, including when it's appropriate, efficient and effective—and when it's not
- How Second Life differs from other technologies used for stakeholder engagement
- How Second Life can be used for a range of subject areas, including—but not limited to—environmental management
- Tips for using Second Life effectively, including how to access existing "islands" or spaces within Second Life's virtual world and how to create your own space
Learn more here >