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Deployment Models Brief History Software vendors and services
At the end of the lesson the students should be able to know what is a webinar. Students should look to try and attend this kind of conferences or seminars. This class serves to once again educate students about the possibilities included in the Internet.
is a conference on the Internet; is a service that allows conference to be shared with remote locations, where the communication is only one route, ie, only one person talks and other watch. interaction between participants is limited only to chat and can talk to each other or just to send questions to the speaker.
for a specific application installed in each of the participating computers a web application that runs inside the browser simply by typing the website address where the webinar will take place, most times it is necessary to pre-register. This service is possible through the Internet, particularly on connections TCP / IP.
real-time communications point-to-point multicast communications from a sender to many receivers.
information-based text messaging, voice and video conversations to be shared simultaneously in geographically dispersed locations; meetings, training events, lectures, or short presentations from any computer.
Some web conferencing solutions require additional software to be installed (usually via download) by the presenter and participants, while others eliminate this step by providing a physical hardware or device. The system requirements depend on the supplier. Some service providers provide a web conferencing solution, while others have improved existing technologies.
Most also provide a means to interact with email and calendar client, so that customers can plan an event and share information about it in advance. A participant may be a person, an individual or a group. The system requirements allow individuals within a group can participate (for example, when a participant public asks a question) depend on the size of the group.
The handling requirements are often responsible of the group. Most vendors also offer both a written copy of an event, or a means for a subscriber to record an event. Support for the planning of a shared event is typically integrated with calendar applications and e-mail.
The method of controlling access to an event is provided by the supplier. Other value-added features are included as desired by vendors that provide them. In addition to exceptions (for example, and TokBox OpenMeetings and WebHuddle and BigBlueButton), web conferencing services do not apply software free, but proprietary software, see Comparison of web conferencing software.
This term is short for Web-based seminar, a presentation, lecture, workshop or seminar that is transmitted through the Web, Specifically is a portmanteau of web and seminars, to describe a specific type of web conferencing. Some argue that webinars can be one way, from the speaker to the audience with limited audience interaction, so one way transmissions are perhaps more accurately called webcasts.
Can be more collaborative and include research and question and answer sessions to allow full participation between the audience and presenter. In some cases, the presenter may speak over a standard telephone line, while pointing out information being presented on the screen and the audience can respond over their own telephones, speakers, allowing for greater comfort and convenience. There are web conferencing technologies on the market that have incorporated the use of VoIP (voice over Internet protocol) audio to enable a fully web-based communication. Depending on the provider, the webinar can provide hidden or anonymous participant functionality, making them unknown to the other participants in that meeting.
Interactive workshops for the online web conferences are complemented by electronic meeting systems (EMS), which provide a range of facilitation tools online such as brainstorming and categorizing, a range of voting methods or structured discussions, typically with anonymity optional. Typically, EMS does not provide basic functionality of web conferencing, and screen sharing and voice conferencing although some EMS can control web conferencing sessions.
Slide presentations of images - are presented to the public markup tools and a remote mouse pointer are used to engage the audience while the presenter discusses slide content. Live or Streaming video - where full motion webcam, camcorder or digital media files are pushed to the public. VoIP (audio communication in real time via computer through the use of headphones and speakers)
Web tours - where URLs, form data, cookies, scripts and session data can be pushed to other participants enabling them to be pushed through web-based logins, clicks, etc.. This type of feature works well when demonstrating websites where users themselves can also participate. Meeting recording - where the activity is recorded presentation on the client side or server-side for later viewing and / or distribution.
Whiteboard with annotation (allowing the presenter and / or attendees to highlight or mark items on the slide show. Or, simply make notes on a blank slate.) Text Chat - Live Ask questions and answer sessions, limited to people linked to meeting. The text chat can be public (all participants to Disciples) or private (between 2 participants).
Surveys (allows the presenter to conduct questions with multiple choice answers directed to the public). Screen sharing / desktop sharing sharing / application (where participants can see everything the presenter displays on your screen. Some screen sharing applications allow remote desktop control, allowing participants to manipulate the presenters screen, although this not widely used.)
The Web Conference is often sold as a service, hosted on a web server controlled by the supplier. The offerings vary by vendor, but most hosted services offer a cost per user per minute model, a model of a flat monthly fee and seat model. Some manufacturers also provide a server-side solution that allows the customer to host your own web conferencing service on its own servers. Examples of this include Microsoft Office Communications Server (Server Lync).
The Web Conference is available in three models: hosting service software services service device. An apparatus instead of the solution stayed in line, is provided as hardware. He is also known as "in-house" or "on premise" Web conferencing. It is used to conduct live meetings, remote training or presentations via the Internet.
Real-time text chat facilities such as IRC appeared in late 1980. The chat and Web-based instant messaging software appeared in the mid-1990s. In late 1990, the appeal of the first true web conferencing has become available in dozens of other web conferencing venues followed thereafter. A trademark for the "webinar" was recorded in 1998 by Eric R. Korb (serial number 75478683, USPTO), but it was difficult to defend because it is currently assigned to InterCall. The conference began with Plato Web - a small autonomous system that supports a single class of terminals connected to a central computer.
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Webinar - What is it? Since there can be a Webinar Webinar - the service allows Webinar - applications include web conferencing Webinar-Features
Webinar – Etymology interactive Webinars Other typical features of a web conference Deployment Models Brief history Software vendors and services
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