I'm interested in how people communicate and connect when they aren't face to face or even communicating in real time, perhaps through an asynchronous forum or community such as Slack or Yammer. Lori Niles-Hoffman, who is a Data Driven Learning Strategist, has experienced "the seismic shift from classroom to digital" in her career and this... Continue Reading →
I recently signed up for a live online webinar-based free course. It’s delivered over twelve sessions and boasted plenty of interaction. It states that you would walk away an expert after finishing. I’m not going to name and shame here, but I do want to walk you through the experience I had and some of... 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.
Hurrah! We are so pleased! Today we ran our first ever free webinar from Lightbulb Moment. It was the launch of our free programme and we started with asking if the virtual classroom is a friend, or a foe! By the end of the session people wrote on the whiteboard "I just wanna have a... Continue Reading →
"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 →
On LinkedIn there was a questions asking for feedback on webinars. Typically I've responded fairly fully and exceeded the word limit, so I'm posting my answers here in case they help anyone else. Original post: https://t.co/ooHJx0t83k Original question: I'm looking for some feedback on #webinars if you either deliver them as part of your marketing strategy,... Continue Reading →
Neuroscience is a bit of a hot topic in all sorts of areas at the moment, including Learning and Development. Part of this is the "neurobollocks" of this science being misused all over the place. To that end, there is a great Twitter account to keep track of some of those bits of science that... Continue Reading →
I was invited to the Charity Learning Consortium's March Member's Seminar and facilitated a session about live online learning, or virtual classroom's. I titled the session "friend or foe" as there can be so much challenge, negativity, mindset or attitude issues when looking towards something new, especially when that involves technology. I haven't got any... Continue Reading →