What makes for effective use of webinars for learning? #LDinsight chat

Today the L&D Connect Twitter #LDinsight chat was about webinars. Sadly I missed it, but am catching up on the hashtag and thought I'd make some extra notes here to share too! The opening question was: https://twitter.com/LnDConnect/status/1043032328619155456 https://twitter.com/niallgavinuk/status/1043033225382096896 Great answer from Niall - in the first session of a course (or early sessions in the... Continue Reading →

Virtual classroom session structure

A lot of us know about how to plan, design and deliver a face to face training session. But what about a virtual classroom session? Here's a quick overview that might give you some ideas: Always teach the basic tools people need to interact, one at a time, as you need them. Usually this is... Continue Reading →

Face to face communication and the virtual classroom

This blog post details research about how our brains react to different types of communication and what this means for how we design and deliver virtual classroom training sessions. Through examining research that highlights the special nature and importance of face to face communication I make recommendations on how to achieve something similar in the... Continue Reading →

Rev Up for Virtual Delivery

When I was first asked if I wanted to deliver virtually, I thought about how we prepare for face-to-face work; excellent materials, check your technology, have pens, flipcharts, post-its, props all ready, get a good ambience in the room. And, of course, preparing yourself and getting into the right state to deliver. On the virtual... Continue Reading →

Four classic mistakes made when creating virtual versions from face-to-face learning

In volatile and uncertain economic climates, it’s essential for businesses to leverage the latest technologies to adapt to client demands. For TMSDI, an international provider of psychometric profiling tools, a key component in staying VUCA-proof has been the introduction of webinars and virtual classrooms to cater for train-the-trainer accreditation sessions. Although our traditional “on the... Continue Reading →

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