Best Practices for Virtual Presentations
Tuesday, November 27th from 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Lisa Carlucci Thomas, Director of Design Think Do
Webcasts, webinars, virtual conferences, and other online workshops provide a convenient means of presenting useful, educational content about products and services to customers across the globe. Whether live or asynchronous, effective virtual presentations require a unique awareness of how to connect with an online audience, spark curiosity, and encourage interactivity and ongoing engagement. Learn best practices for improving your own style, training others, and developing virtual presentations that inspire and connect.
Lisa Carlucci Thomas is an experienced manager, librarian, writer, and speaker; nationally recognized for her leadership, innovation, and research on evolving mobile and social technologies. Her presentation topics include ebooks, libraries, mobile culture, social media, technology trends, training, career development for information and communications professionals, and the intergenerational library workplace.
Lisa is the Director of Design Think Do, a library technology and creative services firm. She is a 2010 Library Journal Mover & Shaker, a 2009 ALA Emerging Leader, and a MLIS graduate of Syracuse University. Lisa was formerly Digital Services Librarian at Southern Connecticut State University, responsible for library systems and digital initiatives. She previously managed projects and services in Access Services, Manuscripts & Archives, and Electronic Collections at the Yale University Library. Follow Lisa on Twitter @lisacarlucci.
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