Numerous ISMA members have shared their views on resolutions to be considered by the House of Delegates at convention. If adopted, resolutions may become part of ISMA’s public policy, guide ISMA’s legislative agenda or make changes to our organization. Don’t be left out! To make your voice heard, be sure to use the ISMA Pulse member engagement tool to post your thoughts before midnight EST on Sunday, Aug. 14
There are two ways to communicate your thoughts on resolutions using ISMA Pulse:
- Submit feedback: Feedback lets you tell the 2022 reference committees if you think they should recommend that the House of Delegates adopt a resolution, amend it, not adopt it, or refer it to the Board of Trustees for action or study. You can also choose “No Opinion” if you are neutral on a resolution.
- Leave a comment: Once you have left feedback on a resolution, you can add additional information, thoughts or opinions. To maintain transparency and encourage interaction, your name will be displayed with your comments, and comments cannot be changed once they have been submitted.
Summaries of resolution feedback from all ISMA members will be posted on ISMA Pulse under the “Pulse Summaries” tab after Aug. 15.
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New ISMA Pulse features
Opportunities for interaction about resolutions have been expanded since last year.
Email visible to members:
The first time you log in to ISMA Pulse, you will be prompted to decide whether to allow other users to see your email address and email you directly. If you do opt to receive emails, you can opt out at any time using the menu at the top right of any Pulse page. Also, if you are the primary author of a resolution, you were asked when submitting your resolution electronically whether to share your email so that other members may email you directly about the resolution.
View others’ comments:
As noted above, you can now see what other members have said about a resolution before you leave your own feedback (choose how you think reference committees should recommend the House of Delegates act on each resolution) or comment (state your opinion).
Reply to comments:
Before you can reply to any comments on a resolution, you must submit feedback on that resolution. You cannot change or delete a comment you've posted, but you can post additional comments.
Change your feedback:
You can change your feedback – how you think the House of Delegates should vote on a resolution – any time before the comment period closes on Aug. 14.
Unless you opt out, you will receive a daily email summarizing interactions, if any, on comments that you’ve posted.
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