2013 Summer of Virtual Learning – Brought to you by SmithBucklin
Whether you are a novice or expert in delivering webinars, this series
will provide leading practices for you and your association.
You are invited to attend any or all of the following three complimentary webinars:
How to Create and Deliver Engaging, Lively Webinars (Repeat from January) – June 19
If you did not have a chance to attend this popular webinar in January, we are repeating it to set the stage for the rest of the series. Learn to create and deliver engaging, lively webinars that incorporate active learning strategies intended to increase content comprehension and keep viewers’ attention. Excellent live presentation skills do not necessarily transfer to dynamic virtual presentations. Any professional wanting to enhance the quality and caliber of their trainings, in an online environment should attend this webinar. Regardless of if you are unfamiliar with creating and delivering webinars or simply want to sharpen your existing skills, this webinar is for you.
NEW – How to Effectively Select, Organize and Evaluate Webinar Content – July 31
When creating a webinar, it is important to decide what content to include, what content to exclude, what format to use, how to organize the format and what learning activities will work best. Attendees of this webinar will learn how to effectively select, organize and evaluate webinar content by taking a deeper dive into the content components of the webinar creation process.
NEW – How to Create a Purposeful, Interactive Webinar Handout – August 21
Providing a participation handout is a key ingredient to a well-designed webinar. However, by simply providing a printout of the presentation slides, you may miss an opportunity to interact with attendees and solidify their learning. This webinar will teach you how to create a purposeful, interactive handout that will direct the attendee to the intended goal and increase content retention.
Presenter Bio: For more than a decade, Patti Schutte has designed and delivered trainings that equip attendees with skills to instantly and practically elevate their presentation expertise. Her trainings cover the gamut of scenarios in which exceptional presentation and presenter skills are needed: online classroom environments, organizational internal trainings, sales presentations, keynote speeches, professional conference speaking and live/online professional development workshops. Her unique style of training the how-to of effective presentations and webinars is complimented and referred by many professionals. Patti’s simple approach to dissecting the complexities of creating and delivering visually powerful presentations is refreshing. She provides concrete strategies that immediately transfer to the creation and delivery of your next presentation or training situation.
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AUGUST 09, 2013
Come Learn and Play at the Next
Quarterly Educational Workshop
Elitch Gardens Theme and Water Park
2000 Elitch Circle Denver, CO 80204
Play hooky from work!
(shhh, don’t let the boss know)
Instead, tell the boss about the great speakers presenting in the morning.
Heck, invite the boss!
It’s the end of summer, and what better way to celebrate than to spend the afternoon networking with other RMOUG members and their families?
Registration Required! (Please register by August 2nd so we can order food)
Questions please e-mail Heidi at email@example.com or Carolyn at firstname.lastname@example.org
8:00 am Presentations TBA
LONG PEAK PAVILION
12:00 pm – 3:00 pm Lunch Pavilion
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Lunch Served
1:00 pm Raffle Drawing
1:15 pm – 2:00 pm Board Meeting
Apex vs ADF — Moving to a Modern Development Environment
Friday, June 14, 2013
8:00 AM to 3:00 PM
7604 Technology Way, Denver, CO (map)
This is a Meetup Group event. Click here to access the Meetup Event!
In a partnership with the Rocky Mountain Oracle User Group (RMOUG), Avout, an Oracle Gold Partner, has agreed to host an all-day, hands-on lab on June 14th , 2013, covering real‐world issues organizations need to consider when looking at modernizing their Oracle-driven applications. The lab will cover the following subject areas:
- 08:00‐08:45AM – Modern development – what Forms & PL/SQL developers need to know
- 08:45‐09:00AM ‐ Break
- 09:00‐10:00AM – Apex – an introduction
- 10:45-11:00AM – Break
- 11:00‐12:00PM – ADF – an introduction
- 12:00‐12:45PM – Lunch / questions / networking
- 12:45-01:45PM – Apex and ADF side-by-side: Distinguishing Characteristics
- 01:45-02:00PM – Break
- 02:00-03:00PM – Mobile topics
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