Do your webinars stink? August 15, 2008Posted by B.J. Schone in eLearning.
Tags: BlendedLearning, Design, Development, eLearning, InstructionalDesign, Learning, Tools, Training, Webinars
I certainly hope not! I like to think that readers of eLearning Weekly are far superior to the average webinar practitioner. You’re the brightest of the eLearning field. We hold webinars where people are engaged while learning. Right? Right.
Well, just in case you need a refresher, I’ve got a good resource for you: In a recent article in CLO Magazine, Allison Rossett, Antonia Chan and Colleen Cunningham take an honest look at webinars and reveal what works and what doesn’t. The article, What Stinks About Webinars?, presents several great examples where webinars stand up – and where they fall down.
Here’s a brief summary of the article:
The webinar is an undeniably popular tool for disseminating ideas and techniques in the world of business. Yet, for all its popularity, this modality often falls short of participants’ expectations. Where do webinars go wrong, and how can they be improved?
The article also offers tips for before, during, and after the webinar.