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2014-6-23T12:00 PMJune 23, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Virtual training needs to work. It should match the organization's strategy, vision, and goals. But, how do you know the experience will be right? How do you know if it will deliver a great learning experience? What does effective and engaging virtual training look like and how would you be able to tell the difference between a great experience and a bad one? Virtual training will be effective when it reaches the intended, dispersed learners; occurs at the right time(s); and requires minimal effort once a roster is provided (the logistics, technology, communications, and evaluations all occur in a timely manner). And most important, it needs to work! Knowledge is shared, skills improve, behavior changes. In this session, you will learn exactly what it takes to create and deliver an effective virtual training experience. This session covers the five critical success factors that need to be in place for effective and engaging live online training to occur. A scorecard is provided to help
2014-6-23T1:00 PMJune 23, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Since the first filmstrip projector made its way into the first classroom, standup trainers have been incorporating video into formal instruction. Used well, it can offered points for discussion, nudged thinking about what and why and comparison to that. It often made for good conversation and could reach the affective domain when other approaches did not. But when we moved to eLearning we left a lot of that behind: the video clips were uploaded, but the rest of that experience – the talking and processing – didn’t make the transition. With so many new avenues for delivering video online it’s a shame that we’re not doing a better job of capturing the things a good instructor in a good face-to-face setting can bring.