Extending Extension

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DON’T ASK can you hear me now August 18, 2015

Filed under: best practices — jen @ 9:21 am
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When presenting in a webinar, instead of asking “Can you hear me?”, ask a question verbally that the participants will answer in the chat pod.

Ask where are you joining us from today? or what are you hoping to learn? or what’s the weather like in your are? or … anything!

Guess what- If they type a response they can hear you!

What a better way to test your audio.

Can you hear me now image from verizon ad

 

Pinterest Plug-In to Track Pins From WordPress August 11, 2015

Filed under: random musings — jen @ 12:57 pm
 

sway August 5, 2015

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Sway is new from Microsoft.
I’m typically leery of Microsoft apps, but maybe this one will be different…
See what cnet has to say… then learn how to use it:

 

those who can, moodle August 4, 2015

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Moodle Moot Virtual Conference (MMVC15) for 2015 is online and FREE from August 7, 2015 to August 9, 2015

Learn more at https://mootus15.moodlemoot.org/

MMVC 2015

 

Presentation Organization and preparation July 28, 2015

Filed under: best practices — jen @ 10:16 am

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What is the essence of your message? This is the question to ask yourself during preparation of a presentation.

If your audience could remember only 3 things about your presentation, what would you want it to be?

Read more at: Organization & Preparation Tips 

 

Top Ten Slide Tips

Filed under: best practices — jen @ 10:13 am

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People EITHER read or listen to online presentations. If they’re reading your slide which is chock full of text then they’re NOT LISTENING to you.

If you’re intent in putting up a slide with tons of text, just email participants your presentation and don’t bother talking through it. There’s no reason.

If you want participants to listen to what you’re saying, DO NOT WRITE IT OUT on your slide. Put up a single image, then talk.

To learn more READ THESE: Top Ten Slide Tips

 

How to add captions to a YouTube video July 24, 2015

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