Instructors always want students to understand the theoretical basis of what they’re teaching because that’s the type of knowledge that sticks. Pushing buttons in a prescribed order is the type of thing that you forget. However, students don’t learn if they aren’t excited. Bearing that in mind, this chapter is for those of you who can’t wait to get your fingers on the buttons.
It’s time to roll up your sleeves and fire up your first webcast. This chapter offers a tiny bit of background, and covers:
• Getting Ready for a Webcast
• Your First Webcast
Webcasts run smoothly if and only if they are adequately planned and prepared. With proper preparation, any minor problems that arise can be ...