NCSL Legislative Video Resource Center

The NCSL Video Resource Center is a collection of recorded webinars accessible for on-demand learning.

States Tackle Transportation and Traffic Safety

How Americans get from point A to point B could soon undergo significant changes, as driverless vehicles and other transportation technologies reach maturity. Although the future may be just around the corner, state legislatures still face many of the same age-old questions concerning how to fund and maintain transportation infrastructure while keeping road users safe. Learn about emerging transportation issues before state legislatures. Speakers include Ben Husch, Douglas Shinkle, NCSL, and Erin Sauber-Schatz, Transportation Safety Team, CDC Injury Center.

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Blurry Boundaries in Public Sector Social Media: Defining Clear Interaction Protocols

The open and connected nature of the internet allows us to easily exchange information, yet it also poses challenges with access and control. Employees represent not only their personal and social selves online, but also their professional selves and work for employers who also have these layers of interaction. Where do the boundaries exist to protect the key parties involved in these information exchanges? And who sets these boundaries and determines the rules associated with them? Speakers include Kristen Walker, California State University Northridge.

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Produced by: LSPA

Cybersecurity Inside State Legislatures

Learn how legislatures are dealing with cyberthreats, including what kinds of funding, staffing, training, preparation and policies are needed to respond.

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Produced by: NALIT

Redistricting 101

If this is your first redistricting cycle or you're looking for a refresher, tune in to hear about the essentials so you're prepared when the time comes to redraw the lines in your state. Please note: recording is from 2019. Speakers include Wendy Underhill, NCSL, Michelle Davis, Maryland General Assembly, and Nicolas Pharris, Elections Division of the Washington Secretary of State's Office.

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Beyond the Hashtag: Effective Two-Way Communications With Constituents

Whether during a fast-moving legislative session or a lull in action at the state capitol, constituents and legislators want to be in touch. But how do we effectively stay in contact with constituents in a way that makes them feel connected, involved and influential? Explore key questions and some cutting-edge techniques that can help keep your legislators and constituents better connected and better able to help one other tackle difficult issues both during and outside of session.

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Produced by: LSPA
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