CALPACT Training: Web Forum Presenter Instructions Example
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

CALPACT Training: Web Forum Presenter Instructions Example

on

  • 516 views

Organizations and agencies across the public health, healthcare and non-profit sectors are increasingly using online webinars or web forums as a dynamic and cost effective medium for hosting a variety ...

Organizations and agencies across the public health, healthcare and non-profit sectors are increasingly using online webinars or web forums as a dynamic and cost effective medium for hosting a variety of trainings, discussions, and meetings for diverse audiences located both near and far. In this webinar, the third session in the latest 21st Century New Media Series from CALPACT and CHL at UC Berkeley's School of Public Health, Hannah Laurison and Livia Rojas from ChangeLab Solutions, and Lotta Chan and Star Tiffany from the Public Health Institute shared best practices, lessons learned, and examples of how to successfully plan and produce webinars/web forums for your organization.

This handout is a resource from that webinar. Enjoy!

To learn more about this series, please visit: http://chl.berkeley.edu/events/newmedia/2012-2013-new-media-trainings/sessions.

To hear the recording from this webinar and access other resources, please visit:

https://cc.readytalk.com/cc/s/meetingArchive?eventId=a6d7n24l70bm&campaignId=crxb9rahyccq

Follow Us on Twitter: @CALPACT
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CALPACTUCB
Website: www.calpact.org

Statistics

Views

Total Views
516
Views on SlideShare
516
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft Word

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

CALPACT Training: Web Forum Presenter Instructions Example CALPACT Training: Web Forum Presenter Instructions Example Document Transcript

  • CALPACT New Media Webinar: Webinars and Web Forums for Health Best Practices Presented by:Sponsored by the California Pacific Public Health Training Center (CALPACT), Center for Health Leadership (CHL), APHA, UC Berkeley School of Public Health. PRESENTER INSTRUCTIONSThank you for agreeing to serve as a presenter for this Web Forum! To assist you with preparing for this event,we have developed some presentation guidelines, as well as outlined logistical details for your reference. Inaddition, we have included a detailed agenda, a description of the Web Forum, as well as your bio for reviewand approval/edits.PowerPoint Presentation Guidelines 1. Your presentation should be no more than 6-8 slides, and contain clear and concise bulleted points. 2. In order to test your presentation on the Web Forum system, we are asking that you send us your presentation no later than Friday, March 8, 2013—three days prior to the event. Please send your presentation directly to Lisa Petersonyourname@yourorganization.org.Please let us know ASAP if this deadline is not convenient so that we can work on alternate arrangements.Technical/Equipment Requirements Internet Connection: For the best connection to the internet, please use an Ethernet connection as opposed to a wireless one. Audio Quality: We plan to record this Web Forum so it would be best for you to use a head set when you are speaking (i.e. not speaker phone) if you wish to do the presentation hands-free.IMPORTANT: WEB FORUM REHEARSALThursday, March 7, 2013 – 11:00 AMPacificIn order to ensure that your presentations run smoothly, we have set up a date to rehearse the Web Forumprior to the event. Please place this date on your calendar when you andor the person assisting you willrehearse the Web Forum process online.NOTE: The technical rehearsal requires that you use the computer and phone you plan to use on the day of the WebForum so that we can ensure that all of the settings will work on the day of the event.WEB FORUM WORKING AGENDAPacific10:30 AM Presenters get on call and online to prep for Web Forum [Lisa Peterson]11:00 AM LIVE: Welcome participants and give them instructions for the Web Forum[Lisa Peterson] Review Housekeeping Notes [Announce & open Web Poll #1 – 3 minutes] [Open at slide 5] Review upcoming Web Forum Topics and Dates Reviewing the session agendaWeb Forum Presenter Instructions Page 1[Rev. March 20, 2013] Author: Nehanda Lindsey, CommonHealth ACTION
  • [Announce results & close Web Poll #1] [Close at slide 8] Introduce Moderator and Presenters [Announce & open Web Poll #2 – 3 minutes] [Open at slide 44; Close on announcement] Introduce Hannah Burton Laurison:11:05 AM Presentation [Hannah Burton Laurison] Presentation on … followed by opportunity for Q&A11:20AM Lisa introduces Livia Rojas [LisaPeterson]11:21AM Presentation[Livia Rojas] Discussion of the …11:36AM Lisa introduces Charlotta Chan and Star Tiffany[LisaPeterson]11:37AM Presentation [Charlotta Chan and Star Tiffany]12:07PM Q&A [Moderator and all Presenters]12:27PM Closing comments and wrap up [LisaPeterson]12:30PM ADJOURNWEB POLLSPoll #1 (3 minutes):(RESULTS NOT SHOWN)I am attending this Web Forum: a. Individually b. In a group of 2-5 people c. In a group of 6-10 people d. In a group of more than 10 peoplePoll #2 – two part poll (3 minutes):(RESULTS SHOWN)Does your organization engage in lobbying? a. Yes b. NoHow familiar are you with the rules guiding lobbying for nonprofits?Web Forum Presenter Instructions Page 2[Rev. March 20, 2013] Author: Nehanda Lindsey, CommonHealth ACTION
  • a. Very familiar b. Fairly familiar c. Somewhat Familiar d. Not familiarPoll #5: (3 minutes)(RESULTS SHOWN)What additional resources and technical support would be most helpful to you in building support forcommunity prevention?(Check all those that apply) a. Messaging, talking points, and tools for engaging with media and decision makers b. More information on the prevention provisions within the Affordable Care Act and resources available at the federal, state, and local level c. Case studies and ‘real’ examples of prevention at work d. Advocacy Training (e.g. strategic consultation re legislative outreach, media advocacy and communications training, etc.) e. Other (please list)WEB FORUM INFORMATIONDate: Wednesday, March 13, 2013Time: 10:30 AM – 12:30 PMPacificModerator: Lisa Peterson New Media Education Specialist Center for Health Leadership California Pacific Public Health Training Center (CALPACT) UC Berkeley School of Public Health Berkeley, CAPresenters: Charlotta Chan, MEM Communications Specialist Dialogue4Health Public Health Institute Oakland, CA Lotta Chan is a Communications Specialist at the Public Health Institute’s Dialogue4Health, an internet-based forum and social network. Her communications work focuses on producing timely, multi-sectoral Web Forums that engage participants and spark new conversations. Alongside Dialogue4Health, she works as a Research Associate at Community Food and Justice Coalition, another PHI project, where she focuses on research and communications on the intersections of agriculture, food, climate change, and public health. She received her B.A. in International Development Studies from UCLA, with minors inWeb Forum Presenter Instructions Page 3[Rev. March 20, 2013] Author: Nehanda Lindsey, CommonHealth ACTION
  • Environmental Systems and Political Science, and her Masters in Environmental Management from Yale University, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Star Tiffany Communications Specialist Dialogue4Health Public Health Institute Oakland, CA Star Tiffany is a Communications Specialist at the Public Health Institute (PHI). She has been actively involved in the creation and evolution of Public Health Institutes Dialogue4Health (D4H), an internet-based forum and social network. Star also produces Web Forums both within PHI and with partners such as Kaiser Permanente. In addition, she helps manage the D4H Community, Twitter, and Facebook pages. Hannah Burton Laurison, MA Title Organization Location Oakland, CA Hannah Burton Laurison, MA, is a senior planner and program director at ChangeLab Solutions, where she leads capacity building and advocacy efforts to create healthier communities nationwide. She is also a co-convener of the national Healthy Corner Store Network. Prior to joining ChangeLab Solutions, Hannah staffed the Pennsylvania Fresh Food Financing Initiative, a $120 million public/private initiative to develop new grocery stores in underserved communities. In addition, she has worked with corner store owners to increase healthy choices, coordinated a hunger relief program, and organized community gardens in low-income communities. Hannah has written and spoken extensively on innovative policy solutions to public health challenges. She is the recipient of a Roots of Change fellowship for sustainable food system innovators. She graduated magna cum laude from Brown University and holds a masters degree in planning from Tufts University. Livia Rojas, MSSW Title Organization Location Oakland, CA As the events and webinars manager, Livia Rojas, MSSW, helps with the design and implementation of the organizations webinars, events and social media. Livia also produces videos that promote the work ChangeLab Solutions does across the country. Prior to joining ChangeLab Solutions, Livia provided technical assistance to college campuses with multidisciplinary teams of practitioners serving survivors of sexual violence in the United States and Puerto Rico. In addition, she has experience working with immigrant communities around issues of HIV, substance use, incarceration/detention and gender-based violence. She is aWeb Forum Presenter Instructions Page 4[Rev. March 20, 2013] Author: Nehanda Lindsey, CommonHealth ACTION
  • graduate of UC Berkeley and Columbia University School of Social Work.WEB FORUM PURPOSE:Organizations and agencies across the public health, healthcare and non-profit sectors are increasingly usingonline webinars or web forums as a dynamic and cost effective medium for hosting a variety of trainings,discussions, and meetings for diverse audiences located both near and far. In this webinar, join Lotta Chan andStar Tiffany from the Public Health Institute, and Hannah Laurison and Livia Rojas from ChangeLab Solutions asthey share best practices, lessons learned, and examples of how to successfully plan and produce webinars/webforums for your organization.By the end of this webinar, you will: Understand how webinars and web forums can be used as a powerful tool for enhancing the delivery of training, outreach, and technical assistance Learn how to successfully use compelling audio and visual content Learn tips for how to choose the right technology and the appropriate team to coordinate/market your webinars Identify strategies and tools for measuring impact and overcoming challenges See examples of how webinars/web forums are being successfully implementedTARGET AUDIENCE:Researchers, public health officials, etc etc etc.BACKGROUND:Add background as it is relevant to your Web Forum.Special thanks to Nehanda Lindsey, author and creator of this document. Nehanda is a Senior ProgramManager at CommonHealth ACTION.Web Forum Presenter Instructions Page 5[Rev. March 20, 2013] Author: Nehanda Lindsey, CommonHealth ACTION