Engaging audiences can be challenging. During the past few years, the world shifted to relying heavily on remote meetings across all areas of practice. Remote meetings were not new, of course, yet it was new for many of us to engage in this manner for large conferences and smaller meetings alike. We’re now in a time where audiences are both in-person and virtual at the same time, which adds another layer of complexity. How does one best keep audiences engaged? The Georgia Department of Transportation contracted with Arcadis to identify creative ways to get stakeholder input during Georgia Partnership for Transportation Quality (GPTQ) Ecology Subcommittee meetings. Arcadis found success using interactive presentation software to get feedback on future ecology initiatives and show live voting during meetings. This improved engagement by providing more memorable content and allowed for instant, direct feedback from a larger community on future content development, all while being anonymous allowing participants to voice opinions without fear of retribution, giving everyone a voice. Learn how this type of tool can be beneficial for audiences of all sizes.