December 18, 2014 — This is the screencast of a budget review, posted for training purposes.
December 18, 2014 — This is a training video for volunteers who help review WordCamp applications at WordCamp Central. The applications in this screencast were created for training purposes only and are completely fictional, though the meetups in the video are real.
November 17, 2014 — As a veteran of 4 regional WordCamps (and countless other conferences), Lisa Melegari has developed a set of useful tips and tricks to surviving WordCamps across the country. Whether it’s your first camp or you’re a seasoned attendee, join Lisa for this quick lightning talk on the dos and don’ts of WordCamp survival.
October 9, 2014 — I’ve now been to about 15 WordCamps and discovered that they all have the same problems. First-time WordCampers seem kind of lost and by the end of the day they seem to feel like their head is going to explode from all of the information made available to them in such a short time. My talk would cover my 12-step program on how to get the most out of a WordCamp and how to start giving back to the Community immediately.
August 16, 2014 — Join us to discuss tips, tricks, and best practices for recruiting and wrangling WordCamp speakers. We’ll discuss session formats, helpful communication tools, attracting diverse speakers, reviewing slide decks, and passing along attendee feedback. This is intended for WordCamp organizers whose events are in pre-planning or active planning.
August 15, 2014 — If you are a WordCamp organizer in pre-planning or active planning, join us for our bi-weekly WordCamp Organizers’ Orientation and hangout. I’ll cover some basic aspects of the WordCamp program, and there will be the chance to ask questions.