This fall, the Board passed a resolution to implement a two year pilot program to explore the potential for using this technology to broaden the Chapter’s reach around the state. Traci Capistrant, who is an attorney member of the AFCC-MN Chapter’s Education Committee, has been the mover and shaker behind bringing this to the Chapter after meeting with Carl Arnold from the Collaborative Law Institute of Minnesota (and AFCC-MN member). Board member Jai Kissoon has been helpful offering his technical support and other assistance.
Do you live outstate and are unable to make it to the “Lunch and Learn” presentations provided by the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts? Do you live on the other side of that huge Mississippi River and can’t make it to Hennepin or Ramsey County if you work on the opposite side? Or are you just too tight on time to make the journey over to the presentation? Well starting in February 2020, AFCC has you covered!
AFCC Minnesota will be piloting live webinars for the AFCC “Lunch and Learns” with the hope of drawing more people in to hear the excellent and timely topics presented. The cost to attend will be the same as if you were physically present. You can make the selection to attend virtually when you register for the presentation.
Initially, virtual attenders will only be able to listen to the presentation, not make comments or ask questions. We are looking to you for input and comments to see if that is enough or if it is important to provide some means of communicating with the speaker or panel during the presentation. We’re also looking for your input on sound quality and connectivity.
So please consider joining us in February 2020 for the “Lunch and Learn” and check out the remote access option!