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7 Tips for the Webcast Practice Run


Dry run practices allow the speaker to test their location, equipment and setup as well as become familiar with the webcasting software and practice delivering their content as if it was a live presentation. A dry run is important to ensuring speakers are prepared and confident for the live day and should ultimately foreshadow the live day presentation. Speakers should follow all the preparation best practices for location selection, computer/network settings, telephony and audio/video setup in addition to following these dry run tips.

9 Tips for the Live Day of your Webcast


The live webcast day is when the audience is going to login to watch and engage with the session, the speaker and other attendees. It’s important to have everything in place before you are set to go live to ensure that everything runs smoothly and the audience has a great first impression to the event. Speakers should follow all the best practices for location selection, computer/network settings, telephony and audio/video setup in addition to following these tips for a successful live webcast.

Best Practices for Delivering a Webcast with Lighting, Webcam and Mic


When you begin to plan for your webcast presentation it is important to keep in mind the technical requirements, location and types of content necessary to create an engaging webcast. Following these best practices for delivering a webcast will help you create a high quality audio and video webcast with a webcam that will be sure to keep your audiences’ attention.

Virtual Classrooms in the Digital Age of Learning


With the coming of the digital age, corporate work forces are becoming a custom to different and new types of learning. ELearning Industry reports 41% of global fortune 500 companies use some sort of educational technology to instruct employees.

Because the average age of the online learner report by Aurion Learning being 34 years old, traditional learning methodologies aren’t successful in knowledge retention. For learning to be effective online it needs to be highly interactive and participant-centered to keep everyone involved and engaged with the content. Information should not be pushed in a continuous stream of PowerPoint slides, but in a collaborative, interactive way that will allow the learners to pull the information they need from the training session and provide their own thoughts simultaneously.