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Presented at The Grove Academy, 11/27/2012, New Haven, CT.

Presented at The Grove Academy, 11/27/2012, New Haven, CT.

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Best Practices for Virtual Presentations Best Practices for Virtual Presentations Presentation Transcript

  • Best Practices for Virtual Presentations
  • 1. Why Virtual?2. Content & Clarity3. Style Matters4. It’s All In The (Technical) Details5. Social & Interactive Features6. Conclusions
  • 1. Education Global reach, synchronous & asynchronous2. Marketing Business, product, service, event3. Promotion Add value and build interest in a specific product4. Community Expand reach and connect with the audience
  • 1. Structure Single? Series? Class?2. Proposal (or Syllabus) Develop outline with specific objectives / outcomes3. Conversation Discuss with organizers, envision the finished product4. Archiving Will it be recorded? How will it be archived? Who owns it?
  • 1. You Speak clearly, project, enunciate, pace yourself2. Your Content Use an outline, facts + narrative, supporting text3. Your Organizers Provide a bio, outline if available, detailed abstract4. Your Audience Let them know what to expect
  • 1. Platform Attend the training, know the platform2. Headset or Handset? What’s needed for sound? Call in or connect?3. Polls Design in advance, coordinate w tech support4. Chat Internal vs External, Open vs Moderated5. Test, Experiment, Play Request advance access
  • Examples• AdobeConnect• GoToMeeting• WebEx• Google+ Hangout On Air• Skype• YouTube
  • 1. Social This is the most important thing. A+.2. Interactive Internal tools on the platform: chat, polls, surveys3. Twitter Set a hashtag, advertise the hashtag, use the hashtag4. Curate Social tools continue the conversation (& archive it)
  • • Maximize impact with narrative• Stories are persuasive, personal, memorable – Think Social – Think Emotional – Think Customizable http://www.scribd.com/lisacarlucci
  • 1. Virtual presentations expand value and reach, if done well, at the right price2. Opportunity to build community around a subject, product, service, movement3. Social features and archiving continue the conversation (& it grows)4. Learn the platform, tell the story, connect. It’s that simple.
  • 1. Why Virtual?2. Content & Clarity3. Style Matters4. It’s All In The (Technical) Details5. Social & Interactive Features6. Conclusions
  • Best Practices for Virtual Presentations