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The industry standard for attendance at a Web event is 40 to 50 percent of those registered. The percentage of people who actually pay attention can t be measured.
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The following suggestions serve as a primer for presenting online. The rst-time presenter will bene t from the section titled Preparing to Lead a Program. Everyone can learn from the tips on preparing your slides and the hints for what to do on the day before, the day of, and the day after your session.
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Your audience gets no visual cues when you re speaking online without a camera. Speak enthusiastically, and stand up if you need extra energy in your voice.
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If you are a rst-time presenter, consider these pointers as you build your presenting skills: Take a class. This seems obvious, but if you haven t participated in an online event, sign up for one. I m surprised by the number of my students who jump into teaching online without ever having learned online. Read all the materials sent in advance. Do all the prework, and start thinking about what you like and don t like about the way it s prepared. Take a train-the-trainer course. If your company offers training, take advantage of it. If not, nd a course online. Learn what works best from an experienced presenter. Practice teaching before class begins. Set up a test session using the same technology you ll use online. Listen to your test course when you ve nished. If that s not possible, practice with a recorder. Study your recordings. Sports coaches play back tapes showing their teams in action. This is an excellent way to improve performance and develop new skills. Listen to yourself as if your presentation were a game tape. Learn from what you did well, along with your embarrassing moments. If you haven t rehearsed, you might be surprised to discover how hard it is to talk out loud while you re in an empty room. It s important for the instructor to come across as involved and enthusiastic, so while you re talking to the wall, sound like you re talking to an enthusiastic audience. Be prepared for your kids and spouse to tease you! Analyze your audience. In 2 you read about how important it is to learn about your audience. To be effective, your message must be designed so that the audience can best receive it. Audience analysis is much tougher for an online group, but you can get good information from the registration forms. If you are presenting as part of an ongoing class, check with previous presenters for any tips on working with the group.
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Be patient with multicultural audiences. Translating from language to language takes time, so don t move from one topic to the next too quickly.
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Preparing Your Slides
Almost every course uses slides to support the material. Most of them are pretty bad. If you re not an instructional designer, consider meeting with one before you create your slides. If that isn t possible, check the Internet or pick up a book for detailed help. Chunk your material. Keep your course design simple. Separate ideas into small chunks, each containing only one concept. Each segment should last no more than twenty minutes. If a section will take longer, break it into two parts. Design slides well: Make slides clean and simple. Intricate templates, fonts, and designs are more distracting than helpful. Each slide should contain only one main point. Break down complicated slides into smaller segments. Replace wordy slides with graphics whenever possible. Photos and drawings communicate better than words, especially with multicultural audiences. Don t create PowerPoint slides that tell the whole story. If your slides do cover everything, they may be good as a leave-behind, but don t use them on the screen. Make new ones. If a slide doesn t support your message, don t use it. Don t use all the bells and whistles. Proofread slides extra carefully. Your audience has plenty of time to check your spelling. Errors are magni ed online.
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