Hybrid Audience

Term explanation  •  Category Presentations

Definition and meaning

A mix between in-person and virtual participants for an event or a lecture is called a hybrid audience. Working with a hybrid audience may be challenging, as it requires the presenter to find ways to engage both the live and the virtual audience.

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Other glossary terms

Process Questions

Process questions are similar to recall questions but they need some deeper thoughts and maybe also analysis.

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Distributed Audience

A Distributed Audience means that the audience you are trying to reach is spread over long distances.

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Live Online Training (LOT)

In live online training, participants and teachers are not in the same physical room but in the same virtual room. This is usually possible through an online platform or a software system.

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.ppsm file extension

A .ppsm file includes one or more macro-enabled slides. They are used to show presentations with embedded macros, but not for editing them.

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