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June 25, 2014

How To Effectively Convert Face-To-Face Instructor-Led Training Into Online Training

We have been using the power of stories in professional learning for several years now. I am going to share a case study that highlights how we effectively converted face-to-face Instructor-Led Training (ILT) to online training learning using storytorial as our learning strategy. What is really interesting is that the aimed business gain that was evading us during the ILT training was met after we made this story based online conversion.
by Asha Pandey
December 13, 2013

5 Easy Tips To Use Mobile Learning in Classroom Training

Don’t fight the use of mobile devices—embrace mobile learning in your live classroom events and instructor-led training. These five easy tips for instructional designers and classroom facilitators will inspire you to have learners keep their phones out, not put them away! Find out how to increase engagement and participation in your classroom with mobile learning technology.

by Catherine Davis
June 30, 2013

25 Tips For Successful Online Course Facilitation

Teaching in the online environment is quite different from teaching in the classroom and as such has a number of unique characteristics and limitations. The following guide (based on my experience) is designed to help you before, during and after an online teaching event.
by Matthew Guyan
April 4, 2013

How To Earn (and Keep) Trust As An eLearning Instructor

eLearning answers many needs of a 21st century audience. It eliminates travel, thereby reducing our carbon footprint. It provides immediate results, and is therefore a streamlined training solution. And eLearning is laser-targeted to develop precise skill sets. But eLearning instructors also have to contend with the drawbacks of the online experience; namely, recreating the physicality of a classroom. Better technology makes the training an ever more interactive experience. Still, the instructor-student relationship is not exactly replicated in an online environment.
by L. Michelle Baker, PhD