How women are treated at work and what women are able to do in work is an important discussion to have. This blog post is going to grow and change a little bit as new elements come to light, even on the day I published it! Donald H Taylor recently published a follow up to... Continue Reading →
Learning Technologies is a huge free exhibition and paid-for conference in London every year. I've been going for more years than I care to remember and it gets better every year. You can see the conference programme here. You can see all of the tweets on #LT18UK. The back channel is a great way to... Continue Reading →
Another year, another Learning Technologies conference and exhibition - and more Learning eXchanges! The Learning eXchanges are an opportunity to have a more intimate and informal conversation with Conference speakers, on the free exhibition floor. These conversations are always hosted on the Towards Maturity stand and co-facilitated between TM and Training Journal. Read more about... Continue Reading →
In case you missed the sold-out Learning Technologies Summer Forum Conference session from Jo Cook, this was a chance to get all the same information! Click here to watch the webinar recording. Click here to see tweets of the Learning Technologies Summer Forum 2017 session.
"Making the most of your live online session" was the presentation I delivered at Learning Technologies Conference Summer Forum 2017. These are the tweets that covered my session about webinars and the virtual classroom. https://twitter.com/LightbulbJo/status/873176096585469952 Ady Howes had a 360 degree camera and recorded the session. I'll update this page when we have a video link!... Continue Reading →
For the Beyond The Next Button MOOC from Curatr we are asked to research some technology and share about it. This is good as, to be honest, without being MADE to do it, I would have read some stuff and moved on. I wouldn't have truly got involved. Periscope I enjoyed reading about Periscope, for... Continue Reading →
It was an honour to be interviewed by Issy Nancarrow, of Nancarrow Partnerships, at the Learning Technologies 2016 conference. I spoke about how important engagement is in virtual classrooms, as well as the importance of good design for live online sessions and that online facilitation is a new skill to master.
News report originally published in Training Journal February 2014 The Learning Technologies Conference and free Exhibition is widely regarded as the best Learning and Development event in the UK. Something to emerge from last year’s January event was a free evening session from LearnPatch. Building on that success this ‘fringe event’ was repeated for 2014. Last... Continue Reading →
I've written some articles about live online facilitation recently and thought I'd share with you, either for your own reference or perhaps might help with colleagues, managers and clients: From the Corporate Learning Consortium, what is live online learning: http://www.elearningconsortium.com/what-is-live-online-learning/ From Training Journal, how to facilitate a group you can't see: https://www.trainingjournal.com/articles/feature/group-you-cannot-see From Learning... Continue Reading →