"We're proud to have acquired Great Webinars. It seems that many professionals desire to share their skills in the virtual world, and this book provides just the practical, proven approach they need." - Matthew Davis, senior editor, Pfeiffer Publishing
(PRWEB) March 21, 2012
Cynthia Clay's book, Great Webinars: How to create interactive learning that is captivating, informative and fun¸ has been republished by Pfeiffer, a publishing house that specializes in professional development topics. The Pfeiffer edition was released on February 28, 2012.
Webinars (live, Internet-based presentations; the word is coined from "web" plus "seminar"), are becoming ubiquitous for adult learning and presentations. A premise of the book is that by designing presentations with the particular strengths of web conference technology in mind, a facilitator can replicate the engagement and interactivity of the classroom experience in a virtual setting.
The book begins with an understanding of the webinar audience and the presenter's objectives, and shows how to use the webinar platform to maximize interaction and collaboration.
Originally self-published in 2009, Great Webinars is considered the bible on webinar design and delivery. "We're proud to have acquired Great Webinars. It seems that many professionals desire to share their skills in the virtual world, and this book provides just the practical, proven approach they need," says Matthew Davis, senior editor for Pfeiffer.
ABOUT CYNTHIA CLAY
Cynthia Clay is President/CEO of NetSpeed Learning Solutions, the author of Great Webinars: How to create interactive learning that is captivating, informative and fun and co-author of Peer Power: Transforming Workplace Relationships with Ray Olitt.
ABOUT NETSPEED LEARNING SOLUTIONS
NetSpeed Learning Solutions designs and delivers total learning experiences that drive business results. As learning architects, they offer customizable solutions including learning content, platforms, services and dedicated staff to support leadership, supervisory, and customer service training initiatives.
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