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How to Host Engaging Webinars: The Basics (eXtension Members Only)


This event is for individuals from eXtension Member Institutions only. A list of eXtension Member institutions is available here.  eXtension Members can register for this event here in the Impact Collaborative group. 

The COVID-19 crisis means that Extension professionals are using webinars even more frequently to extend knowledge and information. Creating engaging online learning experiences for our clientele and peers is critical to our success in this new virtual environment.

In this webinar, hosted by eXtension Foundation staff Mark Locklear, Molly Immendorf and Aaron Weibe, you’ll learn how to:

- Plan a webinar by answering a few key questions about audience and objectives;

- Anticipate and troubleshoot technology issues (including security);
Optimize Zoom features to meet your learning objectives;

- Structure a meaningful online experience that meets participants needs; and

- Use a range of tools and strategies to keep participants engaged (polls, surveys, chat, etc.).

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how do get into the webinar


Kelly - the link takes you to the Impact Collaborative group here in Connect Extension available to eXtension members. This event is only for individuals from eXtension member institutions, and I believe that is why you are unable to get in to access the connection information. A listing of eXtension member institutions is available here


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