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See also: Webinar and webinář


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Blend of Web +‎ seminar.


webinar (plural webinars)

  1. An interactive seminar conducted via Internet. Usually a live presentation, lecture or workshop that happens in real time, as users participate through text-based chat, voice, video, or file-sharing.
    I just got an email invitation to a webinar on the value of primary sources.
    • 2002, Ann Rockley, Managing Enterprise Content [1]:
      Web conferences or Webinars are a great way to learn about products or subjects of interest.
    • 2003, Francoise Tourniaire, Just Enough CRM [2]:
      Webinars are often painfully short on exposure to the actual product, devoting half of the typical one-hour length to an “expert” disserting on some lofty topic, another fifteen minutes to a fluffy presentation about the company and its strategic direction, and a scant five minutes to a quick demo.
    • 2003, Andrea Learned, quoted in Martha Barletta's Marketing to Women [3]:
      It's not that all women aren't interested in learning to download files or take Webinars, it's that their “why bother” factor may well kick in.
    • 2006, Selling Power, Volume 26, Issues 1-9, page 44:
      Register today for our informative webinar and executive book offer.
    • 2011, Jon Wuebben, Content is Currency: Developing Powerful Content for Web and Mobile, page 28:
      One other point: An impressive site design can never rescue poorly written copy, sloppy videos, or boring webinar recordings.
    • 2013, Kristin Kipp, Teaching on the Education Frontier, page 82:
      Although there are many other tools that are available in a webinar tool, these are the ones you'll find yourself using most often.

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webinar m (plural webinares)

  1. webinar