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Workshop on Webinars (Warsaw 2011, MEDEA2020)

Polish MEDEA2020 Workshop on Webinars - Videos
The second MEDEA2020 workshop took place in Warsaw on 28-29 July 2011 and was entitled “Webinar as a new Media Example”. This workshop was led by Krzysztof Zielinski (Obserwatorium Zarządzania) and Piotr Maczuga (Nowoczesna Firma, NF) and included input from James Lawrence and his colleagues at Careersbox, MEDEA finalists in 2010, and Mathy Vanbuel, chair of the MEDEA Awards Judging Panel. This workshop was aimed at representatives from small and medium-sized companies in Poland who don’t have highly developed multimedia departments but who need practical solutions for their companies, which may be implemented “right away”. For more information about this workshop, contact Anna Jaruga anna.jaruga@obserwatorium.pl.
This report provides you with the video recordings of the sessions of the workshop, part of these are in Polish, part of these are in English.

Table of contents: 

MEDEA2020 Workshop Warsaw July 2011 – Summary
MEDEA2020 Workshop Warsaw July 2011 – Introduction - Sally Reynolds
MEDEA2020 Workshop Warsaw July 2011 – History of media for education and training - Mathy Vanbuel
MEDEA2020 Workshop Warsaw July 2011 – Introduction in Webinars for Training - Krzysztof Zielinski (Polish language)
MEDEA2020 Workshop Warsaw July 2011 – Advanced exercises in Webinars for Training - Piotr Maczuga (Polish Language)
MEDEA2020 Workshop Warsaw July 2011 - How to use video creatively - Nick Newman

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MEDEA2020, Krzysztof Zielinski (Obserwatorium Zarządzania), Piotr Maczuga (Nowoczesna Firma, NF), James Lawrence (Careersbox), Mathy Vanbuel(ATiT, MEDEA Awards, Anna Jaruga (Obserwatorium Zarządzania)

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2011

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6 parts (150 minutes in total)

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How to prepare a good webinar

It is a presentation that was held during Polish worksop on webinars, 28-29 July 2011. It was organised by Management Observatory Foundation (Poland) in the context of MEDEA2020 project

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Krzysztof Zieliński

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2011

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51 slides

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Five Keys to Getting Started with Interactive Online Training

A 1080 Group White Paper Prepared for Citrix Online. Roger Courville presenting on how to prepare interesting webinar. Document may be downloaded free after short registration.

Webcast Training Methodology

This Webcast Training Methodology has been prepared as part of the “How to Webcast – New Media Use in Efficient Learning Processes” project, co-financed by the Leonardo da Vinci - Lifelong Learning Programme.

This consortium implementing this project consists of:
• Management Observatory Foundation (FOZ)
• Adam Smith College (ASC)
• Czech Efficient Learning Node (CELN)
• Institute of Mobile Technologies for Education and Culture (IMOTEC)

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“How to Webcast – New Media Use in Efficient Learning Processes” project

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2010

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54 pages

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How to webcast Trainer’s Manual

The Trainer’s manual was prepared in the frames of How to webcast – new media use in the efficient learning processes project, co-financed by the Lifelong Learning Programme – Leonardo da Vinci.

It provides preparation, promotion and valorisation of the on-line teaching methodology with the use of webcast software. These programmes allow one to conduct training with the use of presentations, video and sound (VOIP).

The Trainer’s manual exemplifies an extension of the practical knowledge contained in the methodology and it is designed to facilitate the work of trainers. The main aim is to support them in the organisational process of the webcast training and provide an efficiency in the use of all accessible tools.

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How to webcast – new media use in the efficient learning processes project

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2010

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21 pages

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Managenergy.tv, European Commission webcast portal

The European Commission aims at promoting efficient multilingual communication with the high number of geographically dispersed in the enlarged Union using innovative solutions.

Since 2001, within the ManagEnergy program, the European Commission has been developing and using a combination of multimedia and Internet based streaming technologies to enable more people throughout Europe to benefit from its activities.

From within this portal, you will watch workshops, conferences, programme information days, contract negotiations and other events broadcast live on the Internet. These are combined at times with interactive chats enabling virtual participants to ask questions at the actual event and discuss related topics amongst themselves and with Commission staff.

After the events, online video-recordings provide an easy to use, cost-effective and environmentally-friendly resource.

Images are webcast within a user-friendly interface integrating video, audio, slides, speaker information, interactive chat, polling mechanism and other useful information on a single screen.

The information on this site is subject to Disclaimer, Copright and Private Policy Notice.

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Directorate-General for Energy and Transport, European Commission

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up-to-date

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video repository

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Webcasts of European Central Bank press conferences

The ECB offers a live webcast of the press conference of the Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB) about the their monetary policy decision for the euro area after every first meeting of the month. In the press conference, the President of the ECB explains the decision in an introductory statement, which is followed by a question-and-answer session with media representatives and a few hours later the transcript of the press conference is published on this website. Users can subscribe to receive automatically an RSS audio or video feed.

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European Central Bank

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