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3 things speakers should know about virtual presenting

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Web seminars (AKA “webinars&# or “webcasts&# ) are online seminars or presentations used to synchronously engage remote audiences with any content that can be presented from a computer desktop. Participants engage aurally with audio conferencing using their telephones or computers with headset, and many solutions offer video to enhance the visual connection between presenters and audience members. Increase the frequency of audience participation.

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3 things speakers should know about virtual presenting

Speaking about Presenting

Web seminars (AKA “webinars&# or “webcasts&# ) are online seminars or presentations used to synchronously engage remote audiences with any content that can be presented from a computer desktop. Participants engage aurally with audio conferencing using their telephones or computers with headset, and many solutions offer video to enhance the visual connection between presenters and audience members. Increase the frequency of audience participation.

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Designing Choreographies for the New Economy of Attention

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We do not take a position on the efficiency of new technologies for delivering educational content or their efficacy of competing for users’ time and attention. Are these new technologies reshaping human attention in ways that undermine key practices of teaching and learning?

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

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Home Presentation eBook Blog About Best Posts Content PowerPoint Nervousness Delivery Audience Contact Browse > Home / Audience / 8 things I learnt about using twitter as a participation tool 8 things I learnt about using twitter as a participation tool March 1, 2009 by Olivia Mitchell Welcome to this blog - my aim is to make a difference to the success of your presentations. But thinking through how non-tweeters are going to participate is important.

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How to Present While People are Twittering | Pistachio

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Up until now, this back-channel has been mainly confined to the Internet industry and technology conferences. Photo credit : Pete Lambert Benefits of the back channel to the audience As a presenter, the idea of presenting while people are talking about you is disconcerting.