The purpose of this orientation is to provide essential information to help you have a successful session at WE19. All speakers must follow the guidelines outlined in this orientation; failure to follow the guidelines may prevent you from speaking at future SWE events.
By the end of this course, you should be able to:
Kelly Weikel - 07/18/2019
Very good! As a first-time speaker, this was very concise, structured, and helpful.
Kerry Bellefontaine - 07/16/2019
Good baseline for speakers, general best practices and quick to step through it.
Brianna LaBarge - 10/12/2018
Good content, however the very small plus signs (+) on lesson 4 are easily missed!
Sucheta Kulkarni - 09/26/2018
Very helpful in preparing for the session. Although, did not find a section on "Hands on Session"
Mackenzie Sissel - 09/25/2018
Sending via an email would be helpful!
Ester Marie Barbuto - 09/24/2018
Material was helpful and it was quick to complete
Jill Murfin - 09/20/2018
Nice reminder on what to expect as a speaker during the conference!
Dawn Murphy - 09/20/2018
Goal of understanding best practices and expectation of speakers at event was achieved
Whitney Booze - 09/20/2018
Material is a decent introduction to basic presentation skills and expectations.
Karen Ramsey-Idem - 09/19/2018
This material provides clear and complete explanations for preparing WE18 session materials.
Shelby Freese - 09/19/2018
Concise, to the point and very informative! Thank you for making me complete this before the conference!
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