Tweet I’ve attended a lot of conferences this year. Attending talks and plenaries is a wonderful opportunity for my own professional development, and I often get to see excellent presenters in action. During the past few months, I’ve been keeping notes on what makes some of these conference presentations so engaging (and others less […]
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Tweet I’m thrilled to announce the publication of my fourth book – and my very first e-book! Webinars: A Cookbook for Educators The book has been cooking for a while. In fact, it’s spent approximately 8 months in the oven. But at last it’s on the table and ready for eating. Giving a good webinar […]
How to run engaging webinars, online classes, videoconferencing sessions, or online presentations.
No plenary speakers. No opening speech. No PowerPoint lectures. No panel discussions. No publisher exhibition. Sound like a conference? Hopefully not- it’s an Unconference!
Four different ways of structuring online videoconferencing sessions, webinars, or online conference presentations and online classes. Tips and activities.