Resources for organising online conferences

I’m trying to compile a list of resources for organising online conferences:

Here are resources which are relevant without being related to online conferences:

If you have suggestions could you share them in a comment and I’ll add them to the list? I’ll eventually make this into a padlet unless someone has a better idea about how to make this list a bit more interactive, including allowing people to add comments attached to these individual pieces.

4 thoughts on “Resources for organising online conferences

  1. This is a wonderful resource, I’v been sharing widely with staff and student – and beyond university, if not come across before

    Ethical Edtech – https://ethicaledtech.info/wiki/Meta:Welcome_to_Ethical_EdTech Why Ethical EdTech?

    Much of what passes for educational technology is designed for purposes of profit-seeking, surveillance of students, and user lock-in. Other kinds of technology exist, but they typically lack the marketing and sales budgets of competing vendors. This is a directory, created by and for higher-ed educators, for sharing tools and use-cases. We believe that education can be a critical site through which to transform the broader tech industry and the cultures surrounding it.

    All best G

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