Live online learning – article links

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 →

Live online learning: Resistance & ingredients to success – Summary from Charity Learning Commission September User Group Meeting

These are the summary notes of research and references from my recent speaking engagement at the Charity Learning Consortium User Group meeting on behalf of the Learning Performance Institute.   "The issue is no longer whether or not online learning is or should occur, but rather how it is implemented" from An Exploratory Study Comparing... Continue Reading →

Adobe Connect countdown timer

When I delivered a webinar with a timer on it, a few people asked about how to get it shown on screen along with the reception slides before the session began. It's really easy once you know about it, so here's a quick bit of info. Extension The timer, among many other things, is what Adobe... Continue Reading →

Webinar best practice (or not)

I'm attending a webinar right now, based in the States, from a large company that provides lots of webinars on different L&D and online learning topics. What I've attended so far has been good, and also different approaches to what I do, so I'm getting a lot from them. I'm also reinforcing the things that... Continue Reading →

Online training like the movies and a bit of culture too

This evening I watched a webinar from InSync Training, titled Lights, Camera, Action! Designing and delivering online training with impact and excitement! Elements covered in the beginning included about the presenter/facilitator/trainer being the actor on stage. There was also some content around the structure of a movie story versus a traditional training program and how... Continue Reading →

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