Share presentations online to create instant meetings

PowerPoint Tips

You need a way to allow attendees to view the slides and you need to be able to control what they see. You get a link which your attendees use to see what’s on your desktop. You get a link which your attendees use to see what you uploaded. Perhaps the most common way to meet online with slides is online meeting/webinar software, such as GoToMeeting/GoToWebinar or WebEx. You get a URL to give to attendees. Your attendees can’t see video.

Top Tech Tools to Build Audience Engagement

DeFinis Communications

These are hardware and/or software technologies that audience members use to give feedback in real time. Rather, the attendees use the browser on their smart phone or tablet, enter your unique URL, and then interact with you, sharing input (questions, comments, or ideas) and even voting on other audience members’ input. Imagine knowing your audience members’ questions while you’re speaking and being able to address them on the spot, before the Q&A.

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Comparing webinar services-Google Hangouts on Air, GoToWebinar, and Zoom-and why I chose Zoom

PowerPoint Tips

I also considered Google+ Hangouts on Air along with Webinarjam, which is software that enhances Hangouts on Air to broadcasts give them more webinar-like features. Zoom and GoToMeeting/Webinar both provide a URL that people use to log in. You always need to be showing your screen, which generally means slides –although you could be showing software or your browser. More and more, presenters are presenting online, using webinar services.

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Top Tech Tools to Build Audience Engagement

DeFinis Communications

These are hardware and/or software technologies that audience members use to give feedback in real time. Rather, the attendees use the browser on their smart phone or tablet, enter your unique URL, and then interact with you, sharing input (questions, comments, or ideas) and even voting on other audience members’ input. Imagine knowing your audience members’ questions while you’re speaking and being able to address them on the spot, before the Q&A.

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8 things I learnt about using twitter as a participation tool : Speaking about Presenting

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I saw it as the ultimate learning experience: having the value of a seasoned presenter guiding our process and adding content, and peer to peer learning with attendees. At the same time, organizers are asking to have live, public twitter included in the event to make it fun for attendees. But there must be other chat software available that has a moderation function?

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Dear Speakers - James Duncan Davidson - James Duncan Davidson

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Attendees in the audience at eComm2009 / ©2009 James Duncan Davidson Please take off your name tag. Attendees in the audience at eComm2009 / ©2009 James Duncan Davidson Rule of thumb for speaker clothing: Dress like you mean it. ~0 Kaya Singer Comment left on 03/28/09 Reply to this comment Leave a comment Name Email Address (never publicly displayed) URL (optional) Remember personal info?

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