Posted 10 January 2009 - 05:33 PM
"Would it be possible to record the webinars, and then make them available as podcasts or the like?"
It sure would. [That's one of the things I didn't care for about GoToMeeting: it won't allow us to record it on a Mac. WebEx will, and unlike MS Live Meeting (the base program on revtim's suggestion, ConferencePlace), it feels more Mac-like. I think that's important to our users, the vast majority of whom are using Macs.]
The live training would take place at a set time [yes, Sacha, we could schedule something convenient for our users in Europe]. it would also be limited to a certain number of people, so we can allow interaction [Q&A, feedback, tips, suggestions, etc.] in real time. We'd record the session [with the attendees' permission, of course], then make it available for download.
I am also open to doing regular podcasts on specific topics or modules, perhaps even through Apple's iTunes, but we are trying to take this a step at a time.
Timothy P. Jenney, Ph. D.
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