#GuildChat for 11/04/16: Designing and Conducting Effective Webinars

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, November 4th at 11AM PT/2PM ET. This week we’re discussing designing and conducting effective webinars.

Webinars are a mainstay in organizational learning as well as on the open Internet. For large organizations or organizations with a dispersed workforce they can serve to deliver meaningful information and training to large numbers of people in a highly engaging and interactive ways.

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The key word here is “can”, as although the platforms have become more numerous, easy to use and feature rich, successful use eludes many new to this medium.

Join us this Friday as we share the ins and outs of webinar construction and execution. Learn from you peers ideas and thoughtful considerations in designing as well as tips on effectively conducting a webinar in your organization.

 

Prospective questions:

Q1. What are some of the unique challenges of designing webinars? #guildchat
Q2. How is the process of designing a webinar different than developing asynchronous elearning? #guildchat
Q3. How do you know when a topic makes sense to share as a webinar? #guildchat
Q4. What can you do to make your on-screen slides and visuals better suited for a webinar? #guildchat
Q5. Which Webinar tools/functions do you use most during an event? Why? #guildchat
Q6. When conducting a webinar, how do you connect with an audience that you can’t see? #guildchat
Q7. What tips do you find help catch and keep people’s interest when attending a webinar? #guildchat
Q8. What have you seen in webinars that you’ve attended that you thought made the experience more enjoyable and/or useful? #guildchat

Missed the chat? Don’t worry – you can still read through what happened on Storify!

 

 

 

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