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Hi All.

I have a session coming up where our guest speaker is not able to join us live, but instead we will have to use a recording of a presentation made a few hours earlier. Like many of us here, I would normally advocate watching the recording in advance, but that won't be possible in this case.

The recording is likely to be around 30 mins total, but we have an hour to play with, so time for interaction :-)

I'm thinking we'll run the recording in 2 or 3 chunks and pause for questions and discussion in between. Any other thoughts though, or cracking ideas to share on how to "liven up" the participant experience?



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