Webinar questions… and my answers

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 webinars I’m hosting

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 →

Engagement in virtual classrooms video

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.  

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 →

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 →

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