Engage your online meeting  audience
Engage your online meeting audience
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .srt | Duration: 11 lectures (1 hour, 22 mins) | Size: 934 MB

Tools for increasing participant learning and understanding


What you’ll learn

Why interaction and activation is important in an online meeting or training
Online tools for engaging the participants
How to set up online quizzes for events
How to let participants ask questions from the audience
How to collect ideas from the participants
How to vote or prioritize the ideas the participants come up with

Requirements

None

Description

The course provides an excellent overview of different tools that are available for interacting with the participants in an online event, be it a meeting or a training. The course deals with the basic ways of interactions: letting the participants ask questions from the presenter and the presenter to ask questions from the participants. We also consider tools available for collecting and mapping ideas from the participants as well as prioritizing among those ideas.

Each tool is presented in relation to four questions: 1) What’s it about generally; 2) Is it free to use; 3) What can you use it for; and 4) How does it work in practice. In addition, the course participants have a chance to experience each tool briefly from the participant perspective.

The course begins with an introduction and a brief discussion related to why the participants should be activated in the first place. After that several tools are discussed one after another: Slido, Mentimeter, Kahoot, Zoom, Flinga, Jamboard and Socrative. Finally the last two lectures review what has been discussed during the course and provide an overview of the topic.

Who this course is for:

Trainers
Teachers
Educators
Hosts
Team leaders
Event organizers
Presenters
Anyone hosting meetings or trainings online

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