- Q1: If your campus has hosted an event like a debate or a candidate visit, what prep or pre-event work do you do first?
- — CASE (@CASEAdvance)Tue, Oct 11 2016 18:13:33
- — CASE (@CASEAdvance)Tue, Oct 11 2016 18:15:19
- — CASE (@CASEAdvance)Tue, Oct 11 2016 18:23:07
- — Meredith Barnett (@Mer_Barnett)Tue, Oct 11 2016 18:11:39
- — A J Lopez III (@ajl3photo)Tue, Oct 11 2016 18:17:01
- Q2: What tools do you use during a big event like the debate (live blogging, Snapchat, etc.)? Best tips for event coverage?
- — Parks (@RVAparks)Tue, Oct 11 2016 18:23:57@ajl3photo Here is a pre-debate article on the kits, but I can definitely send you more info as well! #casesmc http://www.longwood.edu/news/2016/alumni-watch-party-boxes-come-together/ …
- — A J Lopez III (@ajl3photo)Tue, Oct 11 2016 18:25:42This is a great idea @RVAparks! I could see something like this being leveraged for big sporting events too.… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/785909256667095040 …
Chat Recap: Lessons from Election Season
The Oct. 11, 2016, #casesmc chat explored covering political events and elections. It was moderated by Parks Smith (@RVAParks), director of alumni relations at Longwood University.