Course: Introduction to Webinar
  • Link 106

  • Babbage 111

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This course is for Plymouth University staff only.

A webinar is short for Web-based seminar. It can be a presentation, lecture, workshop or seminar that is transmitted over the Web. In this session we will cover all of the basics to get you started with webinars, including:

  • The Logistical and Pedagogic benefits of webinars
  • Current and potential uses of webinars here at Plymouth University
  • Webinar features and how you can utilise them in your teaching
  • Advice on adding interactivity into a webinar
  • Tips and best practice

Alongside this we will also give you a practical run through of scheduling and running a webinar. This will give you a great hands on opportunity to see how you can facilitate teaching and learning at distance.

By the end of the session the intended learning outcomes should allow you to:

  • Define a webinar and highlight a number of its logistic and pedagogic benefits
  • Schedule and run a webinar (including sharing your screen and broadcasting audio)
  • Describe some of the ways in which you can add interactivity to your webinar

Book your place using this direct link via Employee Self Service.

For enquiries about this course please contact us. If you are unable to attend your training session, please cancel in advance via Employee Self Service or inform the Academic Support, Technology & Innovation team.


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