MW2013 Speaker Training: Free Webinars!

Would you like to hone your presentation skills and really nail that MW2013 presentation? 
Are you a first-time presenter at Museums and the Web, wondering what your audience will expect of your presentation?
MW2013 presenters are invited to watch the video recordings of two free online training sessions on presentation techniques, offered via the JHU Museum Studies program and chaired by Loic Tallon:
  1. Wednesday 27 March, 10am PST with Peter Samis, Dana Mitroff-Silvers, and Amy Heibel https://connect.johnshopkins.edu/p8oaebepd0m/
  2. Tuesday 2 April, 10am EST with Mike Edson and Susan Chun https://connect.johnshopkins.edu/p4ktuk2ea12/

SESSION FORMAT

The target audience of the sessions are all MW2013 presenters and session chairs, with a particular focus on first-time-presenters.

The sessions are 60 minutes long, and include:

  • An introduction to the conference, the different session types and what to expect as a presenter.
  • Presenter tips from MW Veterans to help shape you prepare for your presentations.
  • A live Q&A where participants can get answers to their MW questions ahead of the conference.

Hosting for the sessions was kindly provided by JHU Museum Studies Program.

You can also sign up for the pre-conference workshop, “Developing Short Form Video Elevator Pitches” led by Ryan Donahue on Wed 17 April. MW2013 speakers get their fee for this workshop refunded as a $175 hotel room credit.

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