Mark your calendars! JADPRO Live is partnering with the peer learning experts of e180 to bring Braindates back to JADPRO Live on Wednesday, October 13, 12:30–4:30 pm ET.
JADPRO Live is all about learning from and meeting other advanced practitioners. But how do you spark those meaningful conversations? It all starts with a Braindate.
Braindates are knowledge-sharing conversations that you book with others one-on-one or in small groups on topics of similar interests. They’re the best way to connect with, learn from, and have terrific conversations with new people—all virtually.
Post your own Braindate topic or book a Braindates with other attendees on topics that interest you!
We’re excited to announce a new feature to enhance your JADPRO Live networking journey: micro-communities! Don’t know what a micro-community is? Attendees who choose to participate will be assigned to a small, hand-picked group of peers. We’ll schedule designated times during the conference for your small group to meet and get to know one another. Think of this as the virtual version of those unplanned connections that take place in conference hallways.
This experience is optional and open to registered attendees who indicate they would like to participate on their registration form. The deadline to secure your micro-community placement is the early bird date, September 16!
Already opted in? You’ll be contacted by a JADPRO Live staff member around mid-September.
Visit the conference agenda to view the designated Micro-community Meet Ups times and mark your calendar!
Conversation Circles are group-facilitated, interactive breakout sessions on key professional development topics relevant to advanced practitioners. This is a great opportunity to participate in peer-to-peer discussions, meet new colleagues, and create professional connections. Visit the conference agenda for Conversation Circle times and topics.
View and discuss this year’s accepted abstracts during the moderated poster sessions. Connect directly with the author(s) via chat to discuss their research findings. Designated moderated poster times are listed in the conference agenda.
Questions? Visit the FAQ page or contact Tamiko Trotman at firstname.lastname@example.org