Web conferencing allows nonprofit organizations to save money on travel
and gives them the opportunity to enhance conference calls through
sharing images, documents, Web pages, slides and desktop applications.
Your organization can use Web conferencing to offer online seminars,
training and one-on-one technical assistance.
conferencing works by allowing participants to join a conference that
is set up by the conference leader or presenter.
Typical Web Conferencing Features
According to E-Philanthropy
Review, typical features include:
Slides and Pictures: Present a slide show directly from a PowerPoint
file or load a folder of slides and images.
Board: Using drawing tools to mark up slides and pictures or to sketch
out new ideas.
Presenters use a remote mouse pointer
to guide the audience.
Tour: The presenter guides participants on a Web tour
and can ensure that all participants see the same Web pages at
and Application Sharing: Presenters can broadcast any software application
running on their PC, complete with
for Playback: Record a meeting or training for future
Chat: A group text chat board for text which is displayed to all
participants and private chat, which enables users
to communicate verbally or textually with the host or other participant.
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