Webinar: No physical event? No problem. How associations can stay relevant from a distance.

Join us on June 3, 2020, from 1-2 pm EST for this interactive webinar!

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“From a distance, there are no guns, no bombs, and no disease.” If you’re a Bette Midler fan, you may recognize this song lyric. But all of us can certainly appreciate the song’s point especially in light of the 2020 pandemic that has forced the entire world into social distancing.

No physical contact, however, means no physical events. And for many associations, events are its lifeblood. Without annual conferences, opportunities for member engagement, continuing education, and perceived value in the organization could diminish. This is a problem.

Thankfully, humans are quick to adapt. Restaurants and grocery stores have embraced curbside pick up and delivery. Even some funeral homes have moved to live-streaming in order to stay relevant. And yes association friends, your members can continue to engage, learn, and continue to find value even from afar. How? By evolving into a learning management solution (LMS) to systematically implement and manage eLearning. In fact, the LMS market is expected to be worth over $15.72 billion in 2021. But with over 1,000 LMS vendors and features to choose from, where do you start?

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Pivoting to online learning and implementing an LMS into your association’s workflow is very doable. You just need the right roadmap.

Join IBC’s Melissa Mack and Jodi Sawyer, along with Holly Whitaker, Learning Strategy Consultant, D2L, on June 3rd to learn:

• The key steps to integrating an LMS into your current technology stack, including your AMS
• The primary LMS features that fit your training needs right now
• How an all-in-one dashboard will help associations be more productive with less staff
• Tips for how to monetize your LMS investment despite the shortage of physical events
• Case study examples

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