The little book of Virtual Classrooms
Explore the world of virtual classrooms and discover how to develop your virtual skills to ensure that your online training is a success.
“Trainers have suddenly been placed in a position where they lack the skills for facilitating and managing live online events. You can’t simply transfer your classroom skills into the virtual world”
Materials to support you
Jo Cook shares four important trends that she’s identified from new research with people who use online learning.
Hybrid working, based on flexible working patterns, can split teams. Victoria Brown explains how L&D and HR practitioners can support managers to hold their teams together.
Jo Cook gives advice on navigating the challenges of moving to live online learning, with tips on how to engage a ‘virtual’ audience.
We do love our lingo in L&D, don’t we! Jo Cook unravels exactly what live online learning is all about, and why understanding its capabilities (and limitations) can help deliver fantastic online sessions.
Tim Drewitt shares his tips for making Skype presentations more interactive, to engage your learners online.
Nicola Tyzack, Organisational Development Administrator at the National Autistic Society, chats about the benefits and challenges of using virtual classrooms – and gives her top tips for success.
Feeling overwhelmed by virtual classrooms, online learning and everything ‘e’ enabled? Jo Cook has some great advice on overcoming fears and getting started.
Ramping up your webinars with digital body languages
At our most recent Members Meeting, Jo Cook explored the challenges with live online sessions and how to overcome them with great design, interactive facilitation and the understanding of digital body language. View the session handout below.
How to measure learning
Derek Mitchell explains why we’re measuring the wrong data, and explains how easy it is to track the seemingly impossible: those all important changes in performance.