If you plan on presenting web-based workshops (live interactive workshops which are presented online only), SCORE has developed a series of best practices to help you produce the best quality workshops possible.
**Many thanks to the volunteers who put these resources together!
Peter Hildebrandt, Fred Dunayer, Eileen Buchanan, George Kerestes, Jay Morgan, Jessica Starks, Michael Downing, Stan Segal
These short 8 to 15 minute videos help you present a professional appearance and get a large audience for your workshops. Whether you are a seasoned workshop presenter, a workshop chair, or getting started doing workshops for the first time, we encourage you to give them a look. Watch them in any order.
- Workshop Planning – How to set up the workshop in Zoom and Constant Contact, define the roles, do the marketing to ensure a large audience, and share the workshop among chapters.
- Equipment – As a presenter or moderator, considerations for choosing the best equipment for a professional presentation.
Presenting a SCORE Workshop takes a combination of trained staff, equipment, tested processes and visual materials such as slides. This part of the series discusses the equipment options available to create a high-quality video stream and recording. Because of the tremendous expansion in the use of online presentations, some of these recommended equipment selections may be unavailable, so feel free to substitute positively-reviewed similar equipment. Prices are subject to change.
- Computer +
- Webcams +
- Camcorder +
- Green Screens +
- Light Kits +
- Audio +
- Other +
- Workshop Preparation – How to configure your home office to provide the best experience for workshop participants and you.
- Running the Workshop – How to handle the interaction between presenter, moderator, and participants during the workshop.
- Post-Workshop Activities – Logging participants, getting credit for the workshop, and managing recordings.