Instructional Media Webinars
What is a Webinar?
A webinar is a live, interactive, web based seminar usually lasting 30 to 60 minutes. Presenters are able
to share presentations as well as their personal desktops to allow for better conveyance of information
that is visually important. Attendees are able to interact with panelists live by asking questions and
receiving answers via a Q&A platform. This allows attendees instant feedback and answers on the
information they are viewing. Liberty University Online offers a variety of webinars with topics ranging
from Blackboard, financial aid, Jerry Falwell Library resources and much more!
Need help registering?
Your first step to viewing a webinar is to register for
the appropriate date and time. Please view the video
at the left for assistance or the visual instructions above.
Joining a webinar
On the date of your selected webinar, you will need to join
the event. Please view the video at the left for assistance or
view the visual instructions above.
Joining the audio conference
Once you have joined the webinar, make sure that you join
the integrated voice conference. Please view the video for
assistance or view the visual instructions above.
About Instructional Media
Instructional Media is a team within LUO Enrollment created to design and develop instructional materials for our online student body. The Instructional Media team works diligently to create helpful tutorial videos and beneficial webinars for students to watch. We have tutorial videos on topics ranging from how to register for classes to ordering books. Student’s may join a live webinar broadcast, or watch a live recording on our New Student Orientation, Blackboard Overview, Jerry Falwell Library Website Navigation, and much more! It is the goal of the Instructional Media team to provide professional materials to help you become a more confident, comfortable, and competent student!
Please email Instructional Media with any feedback or questions you may have regarding webinars and tutorials.