You want to rock the presentation, but then you’re asked to do something that rubs you the wrong way. Now what? A little backstory: I confess to a moment of frustration when I made a simple Facebook post: “If your idea of “webinars” is “talk over slides,” please reconsider.” The
Hi Roger, I just wanted to reach out and thank you for your webinar yesterday. I found it very insightful and am keen to try out some of your strategies for making my presentations more engaging. …I was interested in your approach of more slides but not more content. A lot of the presentations I
Why and how every instructional designer should include “performance notes” for virtual classroom courses
Think about how written music works. Looking at something on a piece of paper is a FAR cry from real music, right? So what do composers and arrangers do? They include a myriad of annotations that give a musician looking at the sheet music direction on volume and tempo and repeats and mood and on
If your version of webinar promotion is “thank you for your email address,” you’re missing out. What follows are tactics I’ve used or seen used with my clients, all with results that are worth mentioning. They may not all be for you, but they should poke you in the creativity
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