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A participant driven webinar – to learn more about webinar didactics – will be held as a follow up, on 14 January 2014, at 14 CET. Read more:
13 November 2013, 15.00-16.00 CET (check your time zone)
Place: Webinar in Adobe Connect. How it works.
Free of charge. Registration required!
Link to the meeting room will be sent by e-mail to all registered participants 1-2 days before the webinar date. The meeting will be recorded and published here afterwards.
Webinars are now frequently used as channels for communicating synchronously with audiences of more than 50. Many webinars feature lectures from guest speakers with audience interaction limited to questions in the chat window. However an increasing number of webinars are being used as arenas for interaction and discussion as well as community building. What are the ingredients of a successful webinar?
About the webinar
In this webinar we have four guests with extensive experience in organising and participating in webinars. They will share their experience and demonstrate practical solutions to the question of creating more interactivity in a webinar.
Some of the questions to be discussed in the webinar:
- What are the ingredients of a successful webinar?
- How can you create more effective communication with an audience of 50 or more?
- What tools can be used to enhance the webinar?
- What are some of the common pitfalls?
In the webinar you will meet:
Torhild Slåtto, Flexible education, Norway
David Röthler, PROJEKTkompetenz.eu, Austria
Markus Schneider, Karlstad University, Sweden
Alastair Creelman, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Who should participate?
This webinar is intended for educational professionals (teachers, leaders, researchers, librarians) with an interest in organising webinars.
Arranged by: ITHU, SUNET, NVL Distans, Project Didact, EU Tempus project Blended Learning Advanced Teacher Training (BLATT)
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