Poll: Webinars vs. recorded videos – which do you prefer?

In the world of IBM Collaboration Solutions there are frankly a lot of great webinars taking place. However, they all seem to frequently conflict and/or overlap. So I felt that I would create the following poll:

 

Published by Bruce Elgort

You’ll find this technology professor – an award-winning instructor at Clark College – working hard to inspire and challenge his students with meaningful web development and programming experiences. With a skinny vanilla latte (no foam) in hand, Bruce loves to tinker and test the boundaries of existing and emerging technologies, to then guide hungry minds through memorable, educational journeys to showcase with passion the ever-evolving innovations of society. An industry leader, Bruce is known for co-developing Elguji’s IdeaJam software, and is recognized by IBM as an ‘IBM Champion’ for being an innovative thought leader in cloud technologies.

4 thoughts on “Poll: Webinars vs. recorded videos – which do you prefer?

  1. I don’t like webinars at all, and “none of the above” is not an option so I chose the last one.

  2. I’m looking for the “Neither, give me a white paper, please.” option, but I don’t see it. heh… Seriously, I don’t like video for anything other than pure entertainment. Presentations and seminars (or webinars or whatever) always go much too slowly for me – I could read the content MUCH more quickly, the content pretty much never actually REQUIRES the use of video, and I value my time too highly to spend it twiddling my thumbs.

    I realize I’m a dinosaur. Now get off my lawn, you darn kids!!!

    1. Rob,
      Everyone learns differently. Let me just give you something to think about though….
      While the content might not always require a video, it’s sure a heck of a lot easier to create the video then some long detailed blog post with screenshots and good editing. I think a really well done blog post is much more time consuming to create then a video.

  3. My first thought was ‘webinar’ above video presentation (not a recorded webinar), because of the interaction,but Mr Rogers commented on your FB post that both technology and other participants get in the way during a webinar and I can also agree with him. I think te message from the supplier is different and so should your reason be to follow.

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