Best Practices for Presenting Online

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Best Practices for Presenting Online

  1. 1. http://nclatechandtrends.wordpress.com Best Practices for Presenting ONLINE Beth Filar Williams UNCG Libraries 1/15/14
  2. 2. Agenda… Google hangout overview Types of online presenting Planning & Practice As the webinar starts... Interactivity & engagement Tips Following up http://www.flickr.com/photos/75012450@N00/3499503013
  3. 3. Google Hangouts Overview
  4. 4. Remember…. PLANNED FLEXIBLE
  5. 5. Types of online presenting Large, streaming webinar Small group webinar Use multiple presenters, short talks All use web cams; google hangouts One shot instruction session Dependent on instructor Semester long course Choose your tool!
  6. 6. Planning & Practice Learn the tech!!! Get help/support Moderators? Co-presenters? Tech support? Inviting people Include tech help for them Email in advance (week to 3 days) Email the morning of Timing of webinar (start 2-3 min after hour …) Create a detailed agenda
  7. 7. As the webinar starts... Get in early, setup, test Tech slide (example) Interactive welcome show a map, text chat, audio intros Tell audience how it will flow Close unnecessary apps Open all important windows http://www.flickr.com/photos/70561184@N00/426191568
  8. 8. Click button on to Talk, then click again off. Text chat & ask questions Respond to polls in this drop down TNT’s Favorite Tools and Trends of 2013 Sometime s video is here First, do audio set up TOOLS – AUDIO –AUDIO SET UP WIZARD
  9. 9. Interactivity & engagement 5 minute rule - engage! What build in tools does your software have? Y/N polls OR Multiple choice questions Answer questions in chat or on whiteboard Have small group chats/breakout rooms Participants share their screens http://www.flickr.com/photos/7729940@N06/6530383391
  10. 10. Interactivity & engagement (2) Engaging questions – use real issues, real problems, case study Think TV - changing the screen or angle or voice every 20-30 sec! Multiple voices Use many visuals! (perhaps multimedia)
  11. 11. Web Cam Tips Focus on the camera -- not looking at yourself on the screen. idea: put a mirror right behind your camera If you like to stand to teach, try it… but do not move around a lot. BLINK Background Lighting In position Natural Keep focused
  12. 12. Avoid… One talking head, presentation style not allowing participants to chat w each boring bullet point slides ….w no visuals http://www.flickr.com/photos/44124348109@N01/4685661036
  13. 13. Follow Up Send out recording, slides, links in 24 hours if possible Invite these participants to join your next webinar

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