What are Webinars?
Webinars are basic training lectures delivered over the Internet. Each Webinar in our series is offered in real-time twice a year (once on a weeknight and once on a weekend). In addition to allowing individuals the ease of viewing lectures from the comfort of their home, the Webinar format offers attendees an opportunity to interact with the instructor(s) by typing questions while the lecture is taking place.
Webinars are courses conducted live where our instructor will present the material to you through an internet website You will see the presentation through your computer and hear the instructor’s voice through a telephone hook up. You will not see the instructor. What is needed? All you need is a high speed internet connection and a telephone line. If you have a data projector in your conference room, you can project the presentation to the screen and hear the presentation through a speaker phone. Click here for Frequently Asked Questions about joining a webinar. How it works? Here is how it works. After we receive registration information and payment from you (by check or credit card), we will provide you with log in instruction and a telephone number to call. You can even use your computer’s speaker and microphone. On the day of the seminar, you simply log in and call the number and you are good to go. The last 10 minutes of the presentation will be for you to ask questions. You can
Webinars are Web-based seminars, also known as online workshops. Many companies have begun to offer webinars as an alternative to traditional seminars. Webinars have many advantages that range from flexibility to cost-effectiveness. People do not have to travel to webinars, but can participate from the comfort of their own homes. This serves the company budget, saving travel expenses while continuing to expand training in a highly competitive market. Registrants can also participate during hours that are convenient for them. Materials such handouts are downloadable and can be printed or kept as reference files. A common model for webinars might be to offer a five week course during which a different “module” or lecture is uploaded to the site each Monday, for example. The registrants have a week to absorb the information, and unlike a Webcast, a webinar invites participation. Webinars substitute face-to-face conversation with discussion boards to exchange information and knowledge. At
Campbell & Company Webinars integrate audio conferencing and web-based presentations that feature an expert educator in an interactive experience. They run directly in your web browser, allowing you to ‘gather’ together and easily communicate with others no matter your geographic location. Participants can log/dial in from anywhere—work, home, or even a hotel room—to attend a Webinar.
Webinars are seminars (or workshops, courses, or meetings) held in the web. The idea is that one can take courses from his house or office, saving the costs related to travel, hotels, etc. Webinars held by the Portuguese Language Division are valid for the Continuing Education Program (one hour of creditworthy activity equals one CEP).