Presenting a live WebinarTalking to an invisible audience                                   www.dryicons.com
Before you StartPresenting Live – 10 Top Tips                                www.dryicons.com
Typical         Video & audio of presenterfunctionality& tools         Slides / application sharing / web browsing        ...
Background & Lighting
Screen Layout                www.dryicons.com
Screen Layout                www.dryicons.com
Consider Presentation Content
Questions & Answer    time                                                                         End of Part 1          ...
BandwidthIssues      Demonstrating with video            Demonstrating live web Browsing            Sharing Applications  ...
ContingenciesProvide technical helpdesk – send out clearinstructions prior to the sessionIdeally have a second moderator d...
Presenting Live – ten top tips  1. Set timers for   2. Record your session  sections to keep    & tell participants  speak...
Presenting Live – ten top tips                                  hi &                                welcome  3. Consider a...
Presenting Live – ten top tips    5. Explain the   6. Introduce your topic    screen & tools   and the format of the      ...
Presenting Live – ten top tips    7. Provide some      8. Manage questions &    interactivity        discussion    • ask q...
Presenting Live – ten top tips    9. Rehearse     10. Relax and try to look                    into the camera if you     ...
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  • Typical features
  • Default screen for pointing out toolsThink about what tools you want participants to be able to use / disable if necessary
  • Think about the background for a professional result
  • Think about how you (as presenter) see each component
  • Think about how you (as presenter) see each componentUse the biggest screen you can / or doubel up with a second screen to get as much screen real estate as you can and personalise the interface to suit yourself – you have a lot to cope with easier when you have space
  • Very wordy slides are not recommended – equally complex animation to be avoided
  • Consider length – no more that an hour (Ideally half hour presentation + Q&A time)Rehearse timings - for unavoidable long session include a comfort break
  • Demo video V sending a linkDemo live web browsing V sending a linkSharing Applications (screen sharing)Sending files during session V distributing in advance
  • Dealing with disruptors / flaming State / reiterate the plan for the sessionUse the raise hand toolPrefix questions with QUESTION:Reminder about netiquette guidelinesAsk to stay on topicAsk to reserve comments to the end of the sessionSend a private messageSwitch off toolsEject delegate
  • Presenting a live webinar

    1. 1. Presenting a live WebinarTalking to an invisible audience www.dryicons.com
    2. 2. Before you StartPresenting Live – 10 Top Tips www.dryicons.com
    3. 3. Typical Video & audio of presenterfunctionality& tools Slides / application sharing / web browsing Whiteboard tools File sharing Synchronous discussion / private messaging Polling / Voting Recording Facility
    4. 4. Background & Lighting
    5. 5. Screen Layout www.dryicons.com
    6. 6. Screen Layout www.dryicons.com
    7. 7. Consider Presentation Content
    8. 8. Questions & Answer time End of Part 1 break time Please stay logged in to the system and return to the webinar at 11:00Image from Flickr by ValerieEverette & youngtoymake licensed through Creative Commons
    9. 9. BandwidthIssues Demonstrating with video Demonstrating live web Browsing Sharing Applications Sharing files
    10. 10. ContingenciesProvide technical helpdesk – send out clearinstructions prior to the sessionIdeally have a second moderator dealing withlive comments & questionsHave a strategy for dealing with disruptorsHave a back up plan for technical failure www.dryicons.com
    11. 11. Presenting Live – ten top tips 1. Set timers for 2. Record your session sections to keep & tell participants speakers to time www.dryicons.com
    12. 12. Presenting Live – ten top tips hi & welcome 3. Consider a last 4. Welcome participants minute checklist on personally if possible as opening screen they join the session www.dryicons.com
    13. 13. Presenting Live – ten top tips 5. Explain the 6. Introduce your topic screen & tools and the format of the webinar www.dryicons.com
    14. 14. Presenting Live – ten top tips 7. Provide some 8. Manage questions & interactivity discussion • ask questions • hand raise • consider polling • round robin • Prefix with “Q” www.dryicons.com
    15. 15. Presenting Live – ten top tips 9. Rehearse 10. Relax and try to look into the camera if you can www.dryicons.com

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