Many state and local health departments are transitioning from complex in-person conferences (not just a one-time committee/group meeting) to be fully virtual. I'd be interested in a best practice guide, across any discipline that suggests ideas to host multiple, day-long training's, that otherwise would be reasonable if in person.
Picture this: there is an in-person, daylong conference with multiple breakout sessions. How might this be restructured when transitioning to be virtual? Should the strategy be focused on more on-demand/ pre-recorded training's? This obviously omits the benefit of real-time webinars. Any best practice guides or lessons learned?