Mentimeter webinars reminder – 27th and 28th Jan

Mentimeter will be running two interactive webinars this week aimed at both beginners and more advanced users of Mentimeter. Join us to find out how Mentimeter can help you to bring engagement and interactivity to your online teaching in 2021.

Get Started with Mentimeter – Wed 27th Jan 10am-11am

During this webinar you will get an introduction to Mentimeter and learn how to make your lectures more engaging, inclusive and fun.

The session will cover:

  • How and when to use Mentimeter
  • How to create and edit your own presentations
  • About different question types and their uses
  • Where to get inspiration for your next presentation

The session will be interactive and there will be a possibility for a Q&A throughout the whole hour.

How to join

Follow the link from the Brightspace Staff Resources Workshops and Drop-ins page or use this direct link: Get Started with Mentimeter  (Passcode: 088385)

Take the next steps with Mentimeter – Thur 28th Jan 10am-11am

This session is for you if you want to take the next steps with Mentimeter and learn more about the advanced question types and features.

The session will cover:

  • Recap of how and when to use Mentimeter
  • How to use more advanced features in order to understand your audience better and to be able to continuously evaluate, assess and analyze your sessions over time
  • Examples of how to use the more advanced question types

There will be a possibility for a Q&A throughout the whole hour.

How to join

Follow the link from the Brightspace Staff Resources Workshops and Drop-ins page or use this direct link: Take the next steps with Mentimeter  (Passcode: 145053)

Further information

You can find further information and guidance on using Mentimeter on the Brightspace Staff Resources page – Using Mentimeter

2 Responses to “Mentimeter webinars reminder – 27th and 28th Jan”

  1. jtaylor

    I missed the mentimeter sessions and wondered if they will be repeated soon please – or were they recorded? Regards, Jacqui

    Reply
    • twebb

      Hi Jacqui, the recordings of the sessions are available – see the later blog post here for details. best regards, Tracey

      Reply

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