Tips and Resources for Creating Interactive Webinars
I’ve been asked many times about applying the concepts learned from the face-to-face class “Training from the BACK of the Room” to either synchronous (live, virtual learning) or asynchronous (independent, self-study learning) via webinars or teleconferences. Here are some resources to help you create more interactive, brain-based online learning experiences.
First, below are two of my Micro-Courses that will give you some specific ideas and strategies for creating webinars that are engaging and interactive:
5 Tips for Interactive Webinars
Engage the Brain: 5 Ways to Create Interactive Slides
In addition to viewing the Micro-Courses above, download and read my free article: Wake ‘Em Up: 7 Tips for Interactive E-Learning.
Below are a few more helpful resources:
Designing Interactive Webinars by Julia Young This is summary of effective strategies for designing successful online learning experiences.
How to Do a Webinar Your Audience Will Love by Dan Shewan Dan has written an excellent refresher of the technical “how-to’s” of webinar-creation.
For “action-mapping” (also called “branching stories”), check out author Cathy Moore’s excellent resource: Cathy Moore’s Blog.
Finally, I welcome you to join me for my free, interactive webinar titled: “Brain-Based Presenting: Getting the Brain to Pay Attention” which will be held next Thursday, February 1st 2018, at 1:00pm EST. Click on the link above for details, registration, and the handout to download/print. It will be a fast, enjoyable, informative hour of interactive, online learning 🙂