5 Best Practices for Engaging Webinar Audiences

3Play Media

If you want your session to be effective and drive results, you have to make them want to listen to you. Your webinar attendees are there for the content and one of the most effective ways to make them stick is by creating valuable, targeted content that is of relevance to them. Apart from putting forth the message effectively, choose imagery to evoke emotions, and generate interest. Video Accessibility User Engagement Corporate Blog Strategy

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IBM Bloggers - A Lengthy List - But No Worries

Tony Karrer

I've been reading Luis Suarez's blog for a while, and he just had an interesting post that pointed me to IBM's BlogRoll. While lots of the blogs listed there have interesting technical topics, I don't have the time to examine them each. I've found that if they are blogging about topics that I'm interested in, the natural network effect of blogs will eventually get me there. (Or One thing that it does say is that corporate blogging is slowly taking off

IBM 100

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Where Have You Gone, Joe DiMaggio (and did you take instructor-led training with you, or what)?

Dashe & Thomson

My first Google search turned up this ambitious marketing assertion: Instructor-led training is considered to be the most effective method of corporate education, as it best facilitates real-time interaction, in-depth information sharing and direct response to questions. I’m not sure if it’s appropriate to use this acronym in a corporate blog, but: WTF? I would bet that almost none of them would respond by simply naming ILT the “most effective.”.

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2012 in retrospective: top 10 posts

Challenge to Learn

In this post I will have a look at 2012 based on the top 10 post of this blog. We need to find more effective ways to present our learning content to our learners and that means we have to move away from the current ‘book’ and ‘slide show’ metaphors. On his corporate blog is an interview with him on SAM. I’m happy to see that this blog is growing (almost 250% up in comparison to 2011) although that is not my goal.

Profile of a learning architect: Tiina Paju-Pomfret

Clive on Learning

A portfolio of learning assets was created, which included ‘above the line’ learning interventions (instructor-led classroom and online classroom) as well as ‘below the line’ (e-learning, email and phone support, with corporate social networking groups). The team still delivers some one day, face-to-face courses, but with a shift in emphasis away from simply teaching software applications towards focusing on how those applications can be used to help you work more effectively.