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Pitfalls of Webinars And Virtual Classrooms

Pitfalls of Webinars And Virtual Classrooms

TrainingPros continues our Learning Views webinar series in partnership with Harrisburg University, and we are delighted to offer this event. Join us in our upcoming session as we listen to Learning Technologies Production Coordinator, Justin Detig, discuss some of the most common pitfalls associated with webinars and virtual classrooms and how you can avoid  them.

  • Topic: Avoiding the Pitfalls of Webinars and Virtual Classrooms
  • Date: Tuesday, July 21, 2015
  • Time: 12:00 - 1:00 pm EST (60 minute session)
  • Cost: Free, but space is limited. Please register early.
  • Speaker: Justin W. Detig, Learning Technologies Production Coordinator, Harrisburg University
  • Register: Learning Views Webinar

Session Description

We've all experienced them as attendees; the good, the bad, the ugly webinars. But, what makes a good webinar good and bad webinar bad? The presenter and the presentation material are a key to the experience, but so are many other little details. Join this online session to explore many of the before-during-and-after details of a webinar that can make or break the experience.

About the Speaker

Justin W. Detig is the Learning Technologies Production Coordinator at Harrisburg University. He has been designing and delivering online learning solutions for over 12 years. His recent work in virtual delivery formats has focused on the use of Adobe Connect in a higher education setting to deliver graduate and undergraduate offerings, professional development sessions, and webinars. Justin looks forward to sharing his experience in the production and delivery of virtual sessions with you.


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