Towards Maturity’s 2012 learning technology benchmark found that 95% of organisations want to use technology to increase the sharing of good practice but only 25% are currently achieving this.
A part of the mix is likely to include webinars – they seem to be ubiquitous in the learning space. With the tools that come with webinar software, L&D professionals can turn presentations into events and involve the users as the presentation unfolds.
However, there will be very few webinar attendees who have not experienced poorly designed and delivered webinars. So, what makes a webinar more interesting and engaging?