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    Linda Ramsbottom

    We are about to commence delivering Webinars for some of our teaching, can anyone recomend useful guides to doing this well?

    Linda

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    Margaret Potter
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    HI Linda

    I’ve used both click meeting and gotomeeting as hosts for webinars I have delivered. Each had tips on how to structure and deliver a webinar so depending on the host you are using you may find they also have a handout.  I also found the information at the following link useful to get my thinking in the right place for webinar vs face-to-face delivery http://elearningindustry.com/14-tips-to-create-and-present-a-highly-effective-webinar

    Something else that I have found to be very important to do before running your webinar is to ensure participants receive notification regarding their system requirements and equipment (e.g., microphone/headphones etc) so they can get organised well in advance.  Otherwise you can plan a great interactive session and then find no one has a microphone so only you can talk and they can only ask questions by typing them in the messaging section.

    All the best - would love to hear how you find the experience.

    Regards

    Margaret

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