Upcoming Webinar

SCAC Awards Programs: What Sets Winners Apart?

Monday, March 25
10 – 11:30 a.m.

Is your county interested in applying for SCAC’s annual award programs? Would you like to know what the judges consider award-winning elements?                                                                                 

Please join us on Monday, March 25 from 10 – 11:30 a.m. for a webinar presented by Bill Tomes, Head Judge for SCAC’s Awards Competition, and Anna Berger, SCAC Director of Research and Training. The webinar will help county leaders understand the qualifications of the J. Mitchell Graham Memorial Award and the Barrett Lawrimore Memorial Regional Cooperation Award and the rules and requirements of the competition. Topics will include an overview of the awards, common elements of winning entrants, online resources, and recommendations from award-winning counties. 

Register For the Webinar Here


Webinar Library

Videos are available on demand by clicking the streaming link in the format column.

Title/Presenter Materials Format Offered
County Employment Law: Top 10 Questions Handout Streaming 2017
Cybersecurity Strategies for County Government Presentation Slides
NASCIO PTI Tech Forecast 2018
SLTT Outlook 2018
Streaming 2018
Ethics Act - New Income Disclosure Requirements Agenda
Streaming 2017
Freedom of Information Act - New Rules Handout Streaming 2017
GASB Statement No. 77 Handout Streaming 2016
Introduction to the SCAC Member Portal


One-and-a-half minute video outlining how to login after a password reset request has been sent: https://www.screencast.com/t/gvOcBpDNm

Two-minute video outlining how to access Professional Development information inside the Member Portal: http://www.screencast.com/t/9uOS7AQ2Viw.

Streaming 2016
Legal & Ethical Considerations for Managing Public Meetings – Part 1 Handout Streaming 2018

About Webinars

A webinar is a web-based seminar hosted in real-time which allows attendees in remote locations to view, listen, and participate in the same conference using a personal computer. Presenters share documents (ex. PowerPoint) and applications via their computers. Webinars are often interactive and may include two-way audio and real-time instant messaging, allowing presenters and participants to discuss information as it is presented.

Webinars are different than webcasts, which include live streaming video of the presenter and allow for people to email questions to sccounties@gmail.com. Webcasts are intended to be viewed as part of an audience gathered at a satellite location.