Join Sally Norred for an in-depth discussion in this video Orienting the audience, part of Learning to Run Webinars.
- Now I'm going to describe some resources…that you can build into your webinar presentation…to help orient your audience.…Orienting your audience to the tools…and structure of your webinar…will help your audience participate fully in your webinar…and will limit any technical support issues.…There are several pieces of information that…are helpful to include at the beginning of your presentation…to orient your audience to the webinar event.…First I'll show you an interest slide.…An interest slide is the slide that's showing…when attendees log in…and before the audio portion of the webinar has started.…
It should show the title and description of the webinar,…along with the speaker names…and the time that the webinar will start,…along with the time zone.…It let's people know that they're in the right place…at the right time.…This slide can be part of your presentation deck,…or it can be in a separate slide deck.…Some webinar services have optional dial in phone numbers.…Include a dial in phone number…and access code here if available.…
- 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 Intermediate
PowerPoint 2013 Essential Trainingwith Jess Stratton3h 18m Intermediate
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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