Live Workshop and On Demand Content
When planning a live workshop there are many options for combining the live workshop content with additional learning experiences. This allows the participants to prepare for a workshop or to further review content after the workshop. Below are several options to consider:
You may consider sending pre-work to the participants. This can include websites to review, articles, videos, etc. When sharing pre-work make sure to be specific in terms of what they need to complete and how much it is estimated to take.
A D2L online course can also be a way to share content with workshop participants prior to, or after the event. Participants outside of MSU can gain access to a D2L course using an MSU Guest Account. In a D2L course there are many features you can use including restricting content based on date, assessment options such as quizzes or virtual ways to submit documents for review, discussion forums, online badges, downloadable certificates, and more!
- For more information on how to get started with a D2L course visit: Getting Started with D2L - MSU Extension.
A YouTube channel or MediaSpace Channel may be a way for you to share a series of videos with an audience. These can be made open to the public or restricted to a specific group.
- YouTube: If you are interested in creating a YouTube channel, please contact your MSU Extension Communication Contact: Communications - ANR Communications & Marketing
- MSU MediaSpace Login: https://mediaspace.msu.edu/
- MSU MediaSpace Manual: MediaSpace Manual (upload, manage, caption videos)
- Example: MSU Extension Field Crops Team – YouTube Channel
- Example: My Horse University - YouTube Channel
- Example: North Central Leadership Conference 2018 – MediaSpace Channel