We had an informative webinar this Tuesday, discussing the State of the Brain Fitness Software market today, based on the findings in our Market Report. In case you missed it, you can find below a link to check out and download the PowerPoint slides I presented (just the visuals, without audio) to cover these areas:
1- The Four Pillars for Brain Health
2- Cognitive Abilities can Be Assesed and Trained
3- An emerging field, and poised to grow
4- A confusing player landscape. Think “What For”, not “Best”.
Please remember that we have 2 upcoming webinars, and you can still register!:
Webinar #2: In “Brain Rules for Thinking Smarter,” John Medina, developmental molecular biologist and author of Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Striving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School will emphasize the importance of physical exercise, stress management and avoiding multitasking altogether.
— Target audience: Anyone who wants to learn more about brain health and performance.
— More information: The Science of Thinking Smarter, by John Medina.
— Date and time: Tuesday June 3rd, 2pm EDT/ 11am PDT
Webinar #3: In “The Science and Practice of Brain Fitness,” I will provide an overview of the Brain 101, latest research findings and implications for how to improve brain health and performance based on my classes and speaking engagements.
— Target audience: Anyone who wants to learn more about brain health and performance
— Date and time: Tuesday June 10th, 2pm EDT/ 11am PDT
I hope you find this series stimulating.
Ginger Kenney says
I registered for the June 3rd Webinar but closed the page with my unique link before I entered it into Outlook. Can you forward it, or should I re-register?
Ginger, you will receive an automatic reminder on Monday morning, with the needed access information. You need to ensure you see that email (sometimes they go to Junk folders).
If you have any problem, email us: support at sharpbrains dot com
P‑l-e-a-s‑e post specific instructions for the Webinars! I signed up and received a link that supplied visual but no audio.
Nowhere was I told that the audio MUST be by telephone. Why was there no audio available online to eliminate the telephone?
Are the Webinar audios archived for retrevial, please? If no audio is available, perhaps a transcript?
You offer such a wonderful service it is unfortunate that it has been so difficult and incomplete to interact with.
I teach 128 students that would be delighted to join you but I will have to have better results in order to recommend their participation.
Your reply would be greatly appreciated.
Robert L. Bayliss
I am sorry the instructions weren’t clear. Webinars always have both a visual and a separate audio component (you can either call using a phone or some web-based system such as Skype).
The webinar platform we are using has some technical limitations that prevent us from doing some things we’d like to do. We are evaluating other webinar systems for future series.
We don’t offer a transcript, but do share the PowerPoint slides used. Will post the link shortly.
Thank you for your interest! we are doing our best to continually learn and improve.