Last week, GovLoop and Esri hosted a GIS meet up, GovLoop & Esri MeetUp: Story Maps, the presentations featured Chris Liedel, President of Smithsonian Ventures and Lee Bock and Stephen Sylvia, who provided insights on how to leverage Story Maps templates.
1) Virtual engagements will become the norm - Immersive Virtual Environments (IVR), Augmented Reality (AR) and Digital Web-based Platforms (DWbP) will take off like a rocket this year.…Continue
Happy New Year everybody!
Hope you've had a lovely holiday and looking forward to the new 2013. We accomplished and overcome many things in 2012. We survived the end of the world, celebrated the Queen's Jubilee, hosted the London Olympics and (most…Continue
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People, Profits, and So What? Virtual Events: State of the Sector
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If you’ve coordinated an event, you know the typical challenges. What are the topics you’ll cover? How do you keep participants informed and involved before and after the event? How do you increase participation? How do you build momentum for an event that’s months away?
With restrained budgets and more pressure to justify attending an event, the criteria for a successful event is higher now than ever before. You not only need to meet registration numbers but you also need to boost…Continue
The nice thing about finally having a comprehensive event calendar in place is that now you can know in advance which conferences to follow each month. Here’s what’s coming up in March:
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Mark Drapeau (Washington, DC) —
Startup DC in partnership with Startup America and Microsoft has announced Entreprelooza! is occuring on Tuesday, March 6th at what was previously a Borders bookstore on 18th and L St. NW in Washington, DC. It…Continue
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Mark Drapeau (Redmond, WA) —
This week at Microsoft’s main campus in Redmond, WA (just outside Seattle), the company will host chief information officers and other IT professionals from the federal government, state and local governments, and the education and health communities. The event is called the U.S. Public Sector…Continue
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You can leap into citizen-facing mobile strategies and other topics at our “Leap Year” Wikithon on Wednesday, February 29th from 3-5 in D.C.!
Wikithons are gatherings of Mobile Gov professionals to create and develop content for the Mobile Gov Wiki and discuss various mobile practices. The wikithon theme this time will be DATA and we are looking for your articles…Continue
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Originally posted on codeforamerica.org
From February 24 through March 4, passionate citizens around the country will come together to "Code Across America" -- to make their cities even better. In over a dozen cities, there will be hackathons to build civic apps, "brigades" to deploy existing apps, unconferences to plan for the year ahead, and meetups to strengthen the community. Five of these cities are CityCamp cities.…Continue
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Top virtual industry experts and practitioners will share their knowledge at the Virtual Edge Summit 2012, helping accelerate digital strategy. Experts from Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), O'Reilly, Intel, Cisco, Microsoft, IBM and others among speakers.
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With increased budget pressures and constraints on our schedules with expanding workloads, finding time to attend a face-to-face event is difficult. Not that there are many face-to-face events anymore: studies show that 60% of US marketers are planning to increase their spend on virtual events while 42% plan to decrease their spend around…Continue
Added by Mary Yang on September 19, 2011 at 9:30am — No Comments
This is my twice yearly public service blog about Restaurant Week in DC (August 15 - 21). Do you take advantage of this? Restaurant Week takes place twice a year, once in the frigid cold of the post-holidays and then again in the dog days of August. Times when diners are likely to be few. For all the details, Google "restaurant week dc.” For those out of the area, many cities schedule these. A three course lunch (starter, main, and dessert) is only $20.11.
We've been doing this…
Keep checking our Events page to see the trade shows and recruitment events that MEP will be attending or exhibiting in 2011.
We hope to meet you soon!
Added by Zach Pappas on May 25, 2011 at 11:23pm — No Comments
We are excited to have Laura Godfrey, Manager of GobiernoUSA.gov, joining us at out next Reaching Latinos Online event on June 9th at 6pm.
Added by Carla Briceno on May 23, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments
From the site (emphasis mine):
Collective intelligence has existed at least as long as humans have, because families, armies, countries, and companies have all–at least sometimes–acted collectively in ways that seem…
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