Tag Archives: webinar

Webinar best practice #2: Top tips on how to start a successful webinar

Back in November 2009 I wrote about the planning necessary for a successful webinar and suggested that one of the most important thing to do before a webinar is to test and test again – the software, your equipment and the speakers’ equipment. If possible all attendees equipment should be

Webinar best practice #1

I had quite a busy week of webinars last week, running a successful webinar on E-portfolios for the ELESIG community at elesig.ning.com. I also attended two fascinating webinars, one on bidding for European funding from the Digital Communications Knowledge Transfer Network and one on Digitisation at the British Library, from the

Understanding student through-put and retention in a higher education developing world context (ELKS Webinar)

I’ve heard from Dr Palitha Edirisingha at Leicester University about a newly planned webinar for the ELKS International Elearning Community. Understanding student through-put and retention in a higher education developing world context Date and time:  24th September 2009: 10am – 11.15am BST The speaker: Dr Paul Prinsloo, Directorate: Curriculum and Learning Development,

The greening of conferences – online conferences this autumn

Online conferences are BIG these days. Some organisations have been running virtual conferences for a while and others are just starting out, or experimenting with an online element to a face-to-face conference.   Technology has moved on a lot and there are a variety of options for online conferences and webinars,