Collaborative technologies and WebinarsPresentation Transcript
New Media Strategy Consultant Angela Adrar 1/7/2010 1 Collaborative Technology And Webinar Training
To explore collaborative technologies, train in webinar use and develop a vision for the AFOP Webinar Strategy for 2011.
4 Working Agreements BE OPEN TO POSSIBILITIES COMMIT TO ACTIVE PARTICIPATION SHARE FROM OWN EXPERIENCE ENGAGE IN ACTIVE LISTENING SEEK TO UNDERSTAND TAKE RISKS, ASK QUESTIONS SILENT/TURN OFF MODE FOR GADGETS ENJOY! ADDITIONAL ONES YOU Want to add;
5 PRE-EVOLUTION OF COLLABORATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
6 WHO LIKES TO WORK ALONE ? ALL the Time?
7 COLLABORATIVE TECHNOLOGY
8 WEB CONFERENCING EQUATION + + =
9 “Studies by educational researchers suggest that approximately 83 percent of human learning occurs visually.” - OSHA VS
10 WHY use Webinars?
More Scheduling Flexibility
11 Build Relationships Demonstrate Raise Image Inform Connect Find Prospects HOW to use Webinars? ADVOCATE EDUCATE TRAIN
12 HOW DO YOU/ FEEL ABOUT WEBINARS?
13 SURVEY 44/122 ENGLISH/SPANISH
15 ATTENDEE PRESENTER NAVIGATING THE INTERFACE PANELIST ORGANIZER (EVALUATOR)
20 VISIONING ACTIVITY Brainstorm some relevant topics for AFOP Webinars List and Prioritize what programs/projects can benefit from Webinar (Advocacy, Communication, education, training) Map out your Individual, Local, National, International: resources, assets, organizations that can help get your first Webinar off the ground.
21 TARGETING YOUR MARKET
22 Homework: Each person (or in groups of two) must conduct/host a 5 minute webinar on a topic of their choice after which we will discuss challenges, appreciationsand questions. (total time 15 minutes per session.) BEST PRACTICES FOR WEBINARS https://www.citrixonlinecdn.com/g2mimages/ad/video/training/G2WBestPractices/G2WBestPractices.htm
23 “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” – Helen Keller THANK YOU. RETURN EVALUATIONS PLEASE.