Interactive presentations can be broken up by a challenge phase. In the challenge, participants have to answer questions.

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Written by Dominik
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What is new?

The interactive presentation mode is supplemented by a challenge phase. Participants compete in teams and have to answer questions as quickly as possible. The team with the most correct answers wins. Presenters see the live answers during the game and can evaluate the results.

What are the advantages?

  • No rigid frontal lectures, participants are activated.

  • Higher motivation of the participants to follow the lecture

  • You receive live feedback on the participants' level of knowledge.

  • Reduce administrative effort and distribute ready-made presentations to trainers

  • Automatic presentation process for trainers

What can you use it for?

  • Lighten up presentations

  • Presentations in presence or remotely

  • Events or small training sessions

Do you have further ideas?

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