I hope you will join me this Wednesday, November 4 for a free webinar looking at the similarities and differences between web meetings and web events. Onstream Media asked me to create this new topic in an effort to explore the considerations in setup, planning, delivery, and technology as applied to small group web conferences vs. larger, more structured webinars and webcasts.
Can you use the same web conferencing product for both use cases? If your vendor offers different products, do you know how to determine which is most applicable for a particular scenario? What functionality should you look for in a webinar/webcasting/web meeting technology to make sure your session is effective? How does your presentation and interaction style change with different types of audiences?
I'll go into these issues and more, with time to answer your questions live on the air. As always, I come in as an educational guest speaker and I promise not to try and sell you anything.
The session is scheduled for 60 minutes starting at 1pm New York Time (click here for time zone conversions). You can register at this link:
I think this subject will be most useful for people who have experience with either web meetings or webinars and want to explore what is different about the other type of use case. It should also be valuable for people just starting to explore the use of web conferencing who want a better understanding of their options. If you are a long-time experienced user of both collaborative web conferences and presentation-style web events you may find the level too basic for you.
I hope to see you there!