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BRASS Best Practices for Webinar and Online Presentation: About this Guide

Using this Guide

This guide gathers advice for preparing for, presenting, and following up on a webinar or online presentation.

Bibliography

Bell, S. (2020, April 22). Let's commit to making webinars better. Emergency Remote Teaching & Learning mini-conference. https://learningrevolution.com/erlinks

Clay, C. (2012). Great webinars: How to create interactive learning that is captivating, informative, and fun. Pfeiffer.

D2L. (2018, April 2). Adding action to your online courses [Video file]. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtHVKoziYh0

Morgan, N. (2018). The webinar. In Can you hear me? How to connect with people in a virtual world (pp. 167-189). Harvard Business Review Press.

ReadyTalk. (2020). Best practices for conducting engaging webinars. https://www.readytalk.com/products-services/webinars/best-practices/in-webinar

W3C. (2020). How to make your presentations accessible to all. https://www.w3.org/WAI/teach-advocate/accessible-presentations/#top

Created By

Samantha Kannegiser, Rutgers University

Heidi Senior, University of Portland

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