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Conference Co-Op: An Open Discussion on Post-Quarantine Meetings - Shared screen with speaker view
Jennifer Zuccaro
16:34
Hi from Yale University!
Cassatt Video
16:45
Hello from Cassatt in Malvern, PA
Lori Stokes-Powers
16:48
Hi Everyone-Lori from GVFHRA!!
Julie DeLong
16:55
Hello from Prairie State College, IL
Jason Garcia
17:10
Hi Everyone from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
Pat
17:16
hello to all
Lucy Slusher
17:19
Hi from the Buffalo Trace Distillery!
Jennifer Zuccaro
24:06
What software are you using to figure out new floorplans with social distancing?
Matt Bolling
24:32
social tables
Becky Stanko
24:44
We also utilize Social Tables at Penn State
T Hamm
25:02
Hello everyone. we use social tables too.
Carl Woodin
27:31
Isn’t Social Tables part of Cvent now?
Michelle Freedman
27:32
We use social tables at Boston COllege
Carl Woodin
27:42
I use Meeting Matrix
Mary Kay Baker
27:51
Would you be able to send the powerpoint presentation to us?
T Hamm
28:07
Yes, sending the presentation will be great.
Don
29:04
When will we be able to schedule events again?
Matt Bolling
29:43
Tuesday
Matt Bolling
29:47
2027
Mary Kay Baker
30:03
Matt - I sure hope your dates are off!!!!
Matt Bolling
30:21
:-)
Leslie Gerretse
31:06
Do you have a summer conference program? If so, are you still planning on allowing summer conferences and camps to happen?
Leslie Gerretse
31:44
Do you still have students living on campus? Do you have any residential or retail restaurants providing meal service on your campus?
Matt Bolling
33:22
How are you balancing internal booking vs external booking, are you planning on prioritizing?
Danielle Cleary
34:10
Attn: Chuck - would you be willing to share out your findings from your surveys?
T Hamm
34:15
Love those dates @Matt Bolling
Don
34:24
Will PSGV be able to have more than 10 people in a bigger room for an event?
T Hamm
34:59
Hey @Kimberly Araya
Stephanie
35:26
What ideas do you have for engaging event attendees for the virtual only events we have to move to? Any top used interactive polling tools to replace hand raising or getting a pulse check from large groups?
Chris Saello
35:56
Right now in PA yellow allows gatherings up to 25
Chuck Salem
40:01
Sure! All of our findings can be seen at unique venues.com/resources. There are a variety of webinar videos and other resources that include the polling results.
Stephanie
40:09
Thank you!
Don
40:36
Is it possible to have a 20 person event using a double or triple room suite?
Anne Marie Staples
42:55
Concerned about covering costs for event if remote attendees expect to pay a much reduced fee.
T Hamm
45:37
Not sure how I confused the start time of this event :(
Chuck Salem
46:04
Here is the info: https://gbac.issa.com/about/
Don
46:10
Thank you for the clarification :-)
Chris Saello
47:51
Penn State is supposed to make a decision university wide on in-person classes by June 15
Kimberly araya
48:29
Thank you Kristen, Chuck and Becky--Best of Luck to everyone! BE SAFE.
Barbara Kakiris
48:51
Yes, thank you everyone--be well!
Heleena Stephens
48:53
Are sustainability & environmental concerns being considered while planning in person events? I realize 'one use' containers/gloves/masks etc. is the accepted way at the moment to limit touch points/cross contamination, I was wondering if anyone has looked at sustainable & safe options for Food Service, Registrations, Cleaning & 'hotel operation' toiletries? Our campuses Pre-covid efforts to reduce plastic waste have kind of gone to the way-side in this current climate.
Julie DeLong
57:59
If your attendees are required to wear masks who is reinforcing that requirement? The venue or meeting planner?
Leslie Gerretse
59:16
can someone share a link to the physical distance equation for room diagrams?
Leslie Gerretse
01:00:49
Kristen mentioned a math equation for distance/square footage required...
Becky Stanko
01:00:55
The information Kristen mentioned regarding the physical distance equation for room diagrams can be found here - https://nam01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fcwservices.com%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2020%2F04%2FRecovery-Readiness-How-to-Guide-1.0-CWS.pdf&data=02%7C01%7Crus1078%40psu.edu%7C5babb16cb88a4e7a9cec08d7f77144ae%7C7cf48d453ddb4389a9c1c115526eb52e%7C0%7C0%7C637249938157931901&sdata=RExXMC7wFoqDGYHeRUpiAY15AgwoeJfGnGYn5lm4sPo%3D&reserved=0
Mary Kay Baker
01:00:56
That's a great question Leslie....anyone have that information?
Becky Stanko
01:01:07
This is the precise language - "Calculate the maximum capacity of each room by dividing the net usable area by the square of the locally acceptable social distance (e.g., for a 6’ social distance: a 200 SF room divided by 36 SF would have a recalculated maximum capacity of 5 people). Communicate this capacity via signage and room reservation tools."
Leslie Gerretse
01:01:53
Thank you, Becky!
Leslie Gerretse
01:04:55
A good resource for universities:
Leslie Gerretse
01:04:56
https://www.acha.org/documents/resources/guidelines/ACHA_Considerations_for_Reopening_IHEs_in_the_COVID-19_Era_May2020.pdf
Laura Bachman
01:04:59
Thank you!
Heleena Stephens
01:05:01
Thank you :)
Cassatt Video
01:05:06
Thank you!
Patty Devlin
01:05:06
This has been amazing! Thank you
T Hamm
01:05:11
Thanks
Amelie
01:05:11
thank you
Heather Roden
01:05:11
Thank you!
Jennifer Zuccaro
01:05:12
thanks!!!
Danielle Cleary
01:05:23
Thank you so much!
Shelly Harris
01:05:26
Thank you! Great info!
Courtney
01:05:36
Thank you, very informative!
Maria Zuccato
01:05:48
Great job!