Glossary

Virtual Event

A virtual event is any event that brings people together at the same time digitally. A virtual event typically happens live over video on platforms such as Zoom, Facebook Live, or Crowdcast and ranges from a small group conversation to a panel, fireside chat, or direct video livestream lecture, demonstration, or class.

While many virtual events try to match the structure of an in-person conference, networking event, or meeting, increasingly, virtual events are finding their own unique structure — taking advantage of the live text chat for participants; question and answer sections offered by many virtual event platforms; and even bringing participants “on stage” with the leader, moderator, or panelists during the event.

Virtual events are not limited to video. There are also new audio only virtual event platforms — offering many of the same features as live video platforms, but with more location flexibility offered by audio.

Source:

https://peerboard.com/online-community-terminology

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