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Webinar: tipologie di partecipanti "pericolosi" | WebinarPro

Webinar: tipologie di partecipanti "pericolosi" | WebinarPro | Webinar, WebConference, WebMeeting, WebTraining, Telesummit, Riunioni online, TeleSeminar and... | Scoop.it
Alcuni tipi di partecipanti ai webinar rientrano in categorie potenzialmente dannose. Ecco come riconoscerli in anticipo! E difendersi!
LucaVanin's insight:

In un webinar non sai quasi mai chi hai davvero di fronte: il Web maschera le intenzioni, amplifica i comportamenti umani, cela gli intrusi!
Ecco come riconoscere alcune tipologie di partecipanti potenzialmente dannosi per il tuo prossimo Webinar.

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Webinar: How to Engage Students Online, Increase Participation and Improve Discussions

In this 60-minute webinar, join SimpleK12 and honors teacher Catlin Tucker as they discuss the best ways to increase participation and improve discussions by...

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How Much Do Your Webinar Attendees Remember? - ClickMeeting

How Much Do Your Webinar Attendees Remember? - ClickMeeting | Webinar, WebConference, WebMeeting, WebTraining, Telesummit, Riunioni online, TeleSeminar and... | Scoop.it

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Here are some tips to help attendees absorb and retain your educational webinar content.

1. Keep it bite-size

2. One idea at a time

3. Minimize distractions

4. Relate to existing knowledge

5. Leave time for processing

6. Be practical

Talk about how to use your ideas in real life. People remember what they implement.

7. Set reasonable goals

Too much information can be overwhelming, and attendees may stop trying to assimilate it.


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LucaVanin's insight:

Sempre sull'attenzione e sulla partecipazione agli eventi online (Webinar).
Certo, sono i classici consigli della nonna, ma funzionano pure quelli! :-)

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marketingIO's curator insight, February 14, 2013 7:57 AM

Very practical advice. We want to add this:

  1. Repurposing content goes a long way to reinforce memory, e.g., the recording of the live event, posting the deck to SlideShare, creating a blog post, creating a white paper, etc.
  2. Age impacts memory, i.e., different age groups go about remembering differently.


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LucaVanin's curator insight, February 21, 2015 4:12 AM

Quanto rimane in testa ai partecipanti di un Webinar?
Dipende anche da chi conduce e da cosa fa!

Ad esempio: http://bit.ly/imparare_wbnr