Tim Peters

"Anyone else find themselves asking more questions online? Something about the comfort of your own home?!"

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5 Responses

  1. Absolutely! There’s a lot of pressure in an auditorium full of people! It’s less daunting asking a question through a laptop or mobile device…

  2. You’ve also got the internet at your side to research a topic further, prior to asking a question. If you don’t find your answer on the first page of Google, the odds are it’s a question that others would also like answering

  3. It’s also easier to put a question in a chat box like this, than it is to wait for a microphone in a busy auditorium

    1. Plus a virtual event doesn’t necessarily hold a time restraint for questions. A presenter could return to the virtual event the following day to answer any questions that have been posted.

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