To help you further understand how you might play a role in this summit, here is a list of frequently asked questions we get from potential presenters:
What is a virtual summit?
A virtual summit is a conference that doesn’t require the attendees to leave their home. Since this summit is targeted at an international English speaking making it available online gives access to more teachers. All attendees will be able to stream the conference from their comfort of their home internet connection.
When is the Teaching Saints Virtual Summit?
We haven’t yet set a date for the The Teaching Saints Virtual Summit. We hope to get most of our interviews recorded and ready before we announce a date. It will most likely be scheduled in the next 3-6 months.
How will the presentations be recorded?
If you live along the Wasatch Front, Kurt Francom will be happy to come to you and handle all the technicalities. If you are a good distance away we will record the interview via the Zoom webinar software. All that is required is a computer microphone and camera. If these items are not available to you we can arrange some to be sent to you.
Keep in mind that this is video recorded so look your best! 🙂
How big is the Leading Saints audience/community?
You can see the details of our community HERE.
Do attendees pay to participate in the Summit?
All sessions and classes, including yours if you agree to participate, will be made available to the LDS public during the days of the summit. Those that want to view the summit after it has ended can purchase all videos, transcripts, and mp3’s for an affordable price. All proceeds go to covering the cost of producing this summit.
Will I be able to promote my webpage, business, or book?
Yes, just let our staff know beforehand what you would like to promote and we will be happy to include it in your presentation and provide links for the audience to learn more. We encourage you to consider giving away samples of your book or resources if possible.
If you have further questions or requests please contact Kurt Francom (firstname.lastname@example.org)