One of my clients wants to use Teams for a very large event (around 5,000 or more people). It's a short webinar, but with a lot of people, and I've been asked for support. However I'm not knowledgable on producing for very large Teams
Jo and I recently chatted a whole ton about how we changed our content during covid and especially now going forward. We identified that the whole virtual learning landscape had shifted with many learners in different positions.
what is the best practice when you want a learner to get involved in a virtual session more? I want to ask them to unmute to answer a question or get them using chat a bit more. But i don't want to put them off!!
A common question we get is one about maintaining eye contact with the webcam when facilitating live online learning. Now Nvidia have their application that uses artificial intelligence in order to do that for you. Yes, you can look away, but the sof
Having very happily been using Zoom as a trainer for the last two years I am being thrown into the world of Google Meet. From what I can tell, it's not as interactive - there's no annotate function, for example, and
If you're looking for a little motivation to get you through those long hours of studying, you've come to the right place. There are some tricks of the trade to help you stay focused, so you'll be able to complete your tasks and keep your grades up.
I have to deliver a wokshop online, which was originally designed as face-to-face workshop. So I have to change the method of delivery. In the face-to-face format I started with a counting exercise. This exercise goes
Hey everyone! I’m writing our next podcast and want to include a section about what can turn you off from a webinar! So what drives you crazy on them!? Drop a message below and let me also know if it is ok for us to quote you in the episode.