15 Tips on Webinar Content, Facilitation and Logistics

August 23, 2016

At the Learning Technology Design Conference in Arlington, VA, I had the opportunity to present a session on, Webinar Mastery: Five Keys to Success, to a knowledgeable audience, many of whom design and develop webinars for professional associations headquartered in the DC area. At the end of my presentation I asked this savvy group to […]

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When Daylight Saving Becomes Costly Online

November 4, 2011

This weekend marks the end of daylight saving time in the U.S. which means we will set our clocks back one hour. The times of year when daylight saving time goes on or off ┬ácan cause a confusing day or two as we adjust to the change, whether we had prepared for it or not. […]

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Logistics for Global Virtual Audiences

September 15, 2009

Reaching out to a global audience with a web conference is an effective way to deliver training or hold a meeting. When planning synchronous events for global audiences here are a few key questions to ask regarding the logistics of your event and online resources to help find answers: What are the time zones of […]

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