Join Sally Norred for an in-depth discussion in this video Introducing the webinar, part of Learning to Run Webinars.
- Beginning your webinar with a spoken introduction…from a designated host lends a professional quality…to your event and lets the audience know…what to expect from the webinar.…Have someone other than a webinar presenter…give the webinar introduction.…This person can be designated as the webinar host.…Write an introduction script for the host to read from.…The introduction should be very brief.…The introduction should tell the audience…three main things, the topic and title of the webinar,…who will be presenting the webinar,…and any instructions that attendees…need to know to participate in the webinar.…
Plan what will be shown on the screen…during the host's introduction.…You can create one or multiple slides…to show during the host's introduction.…Start by welcoming the audience and let the audience know…that they're in the right place at the right time,…by stating the title and a brief description…of the webinar event.…Let the audience know what to do…if they're having technical issues…or if they have a question.…
- What is a webinar?
- Making webinars engaging
- Comparing webinar software, like Adobe Connect and WebEx Event Center
- Selecting topics and presenters
- Creating an agenda
- Scheduling and marketing your webinar
- Using audio and video
- Recording the webinar
- Handling audience Q&A
- Following up with attendees
Skill Level Appropriate for all
PowerPoint 2013 Essential Trainingwith Jess Stratton3h 18m Appropriate for all
Camtasia Studio 8 Essential Trainingwith Chris Mattia6h 19m Beginner
1. Understanding Webinars
2. Selecting Webinar Software
3. Planning Your Webinar
4. Producing Your Webinar
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