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  • Selected Best Practices for Implementation Agenda/Objectives Learning Outcomes Practice Know Your ELearning Platform Room Preparation & Handouts Be Prompt & Flexible Use Webcams (or Photos) Strategically Engage Attendees – Plan Interactivity Two Log-in Views Partner Up – Chat Q&As Take Care You & Smile (Convey Energy) Pace Yourself – Allow For Feedback
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    • 1. Webinars & E-Learning Jennifer Hootman Coordinator, Reference Outreach & Instruction Minitex
    • 2. Descriptions How is a webinar description different from any other session description?
    • 3. Elements That Make a Difference
      • Much of what you would include for any other presentation/instruction venue you would include for webinars and e-learning.
      • Here’s a selected list of useful elements to include in a webinar description:
      • Catchy, pithy (perhaps witty) titles
      • Statements addressing why the material is relevant to target audience
      • Length of webinar
      • Major points that will be discussed
      • Action words
      • Ways in which audience will be engaged – interactivity
      • What audience will learn or “should be able to do” after attending webinar
      • Intended audience
      • Prerequisites (if necessary)
    • 4.
      • Title:
      • Host An Awesome Gaming Event
      • Description:
      • As libraries strive to become essential community social hubs, many are turning to gaming
      • programs and events to promote social interaction . This two-hour online class explores
      • different styles of gaming events , and lays out some basic principles for making your gaming
      • program a success. We will also discuss setting objectives for gaming programs, and the
      • evaluative tools and techniques for assessing how well a program has met those objectives.
      • Learning Outcomes:
      • After taking this class, you will be able to :
      • Distinguish between different types of games and game events
      • Choose appropriate objectives for your library’s gaming programming
      • Plan game events suitable to the designated objectives
      • Effectively evaluate the success of a game event at meeting its goals
      • Intended Audience:
      • This class is open to all interested, but especially relevant to those with responsibility for
      • planning programs and events.
      • LYRASIS Course Offering
      Good Example
    • 5.
      • Title:
      • Dublin Core for Beginners
      • Description:
      • Are you involved in a digital project at your institution? How will you describe your digital
      • objects in order to provide online access to them? One option is to use the Dublin Core, an
      • international metadata standard used to describe digital content. This two hour webinar will
      • introduce you to Dublin Core and the 15 elements . As we look at several examples , the CDP
      • Dublin Core Metadata Best Practices will be used as a guideline.
      • Who Should Attend?:
      • This webinar is intended for staff who work in libraries or cultural heritage institutions as
      • catalogers, archivists, special collections librarians , or anyone who has responsibilities for the
      • description of and access to digital collection materials.
      • Prerequisites
      • None
      • Minitex Course Offering
      Good Example
    • 6. Best Practices How do you build back in what you lose from not being ftf?
    • 7. Best Practices for Implementation
      • Here’s a selected list of recommended best practices for implementing a webinar.
      • Agenda/Objectives
      • Learning Outcomes
      • Practice
      • Know Your E-Learning Platform
      • Room Preparation & Handouts
      • Be Prompt & Flexible
      • Use Webcams (or Photos) Strategically
        • perhaps use webcam/photo only during introductions and Q&A
      • Engage Attendees – Plan Interactivity
      • Two Log-in Views
        • your computer: presenter view; other computer: attendee view
      • Partner Up – Chat Q&As
        • Have colleague field Chat Q&As while you present
      • Take Care You & Smile (Convey Energy)
      • Pace Yourself – Allow For Feedback
    • 8. Promotion In what environments do you expect to find your audience?
    • 9. Promotion Considerations
      • Here’s are some ideas to consider for promoting your webinar.
      • Getting the Word Out
        • listservs, blogs, newsletters, statewide calendars, social web tools
      • Timing
        • time of day, week, month, year
      • Waiting Lists
      • Cost or Free
      • Archiving
    • 10. Webinars & E-Learning Jennifer Hootman [email_address] Coordinator, Reference Outreach & Instruction Minitex

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