Webinar Archives

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It doesn't end with the last log-off. Every webinar, course, or conference brings new learning that can benefit both your organization and others. In that spirit of collaborative learning, we regularly produce webinars and articles that help our clients plan and design the most successful virtual event possible.

Some Past Webinars - Some Lasting Insights

bulletFacilitation Skills: Training with Sue Brundege

Take your facilitation skills to the next level with this highly interactive two-part webinar designed for individuals who facilitate groups and would like more skills and better results.
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bulletNext Generation eLearning: Training with Dr. Amanda Batson

Is your association prepared for Next Generation eLearning? Gone are the days of dial-up and desktop-only platforms. Learners have vast choices for how they participate in eLearning from webcast, to tablet, to smartphone. And so, to be successful with providing eLearning products and certainly to remain competitive, organizations must now must look at what technology platforms best serve all the changes with eLearning and the demands of the audience.
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bulletLaunching a Global Online Campus & Certification Program

Some of the most common barriers to expansion for small organizations, associations and non-profits are capacity, funding and infrastructure. But overcoming these barriers can often be made possible through determination, technology and partnership. This webinar takes you behind the scenes with the Dyslexia Training Institute.
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Virtual Communities, Real Connections:

A Case Study on Building Capacity and Collaboration Through Online Peer Learning
In this webinar, you will hear about the purpose and benefits of virtual peer learning groups, and explore models and best practices for creating these forums using an online platform to maximize participation, encourage deep and relevant learning, build long-lasting connections, and grow organizational capacity both efficiently and cost-effectively.
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Virtual Events: The State of the Sector

People, Profits, and So What?
A panel of experts debates the latest Research Findings on Virtual Conferences.
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Hybrid Virtual Conferences: USFS Case Study

The USFS meeting team describes how they got approval for and implemented their recent virtual conference. This is a unique opportunity to see how a secure virtual conference extension actually works, with live sessions, online discussions, networking, accessibility features, resource handouts and other interactive content.
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100% Online Conferences: ASHA Case Study

Jack Coursen and Parrish Swann of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) discuss the business and production aspects of their highly successful online conference series.
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Creating Highly Interactive Online Professional Development Workshops: A Case Study

If you are interested in delivering interactive, collaborative professional development courses, then this "nuts & bolts" workshop is for you.
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Creating Successful Global Online Conferences: USAID SHOPS Case Study

Most effective strategies, marketing techniques, and production methods for your worldwide audience.
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Virtual Conferences: How To Produce Extraordinary Online Events

A panel of experts from three different organizations discusses the business and production aspects of their recent virtual conferences. 
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Communities of Practice: Case Studies in Program & Technical Assistance

Learn how the iCohere Collaboration Platform creates a virtual space that develops expertise and accelerates learning among professional peers.
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