REMOVING THE BARRIERS TO EFFECTIVE LIVE VIRTUAL TRAINING
Joint Webcast with Adobe
Thursday, March 7, 2013
10:00-11:00 a.m. PT / 1:00-2:00pm ET
Unfortunately, but for good reason, individuals often associate live virtual training with technological complexity and less than compelling content. This need not be the case – in fact live virtual can provide not only an effective learning experience but can provide many other benefits to the user.
In this new world of learning, training is only one click away and does not require hours of travel and time away from the office. Among the additional benefits, over the traditional physical classroom, for these learners has been:
- To reduce the amount of time dedicated to formal training by at least 40%
- To move from having to be away for several days to integrating the training with your actual job in a series of short and focused live virtual classroom sessions
- The ability to easily and continually network with peers
To provide this level of experience to your users it does take more than simply presenting PowerPoint over the web. We have to remove the barriers to effective live virtual training and provide the learner with an easy to use interface, compelling content and active engagement.
In the webinar, Martyn Lewis, Principal and Founder of 3GS and virtual learning thought leader, will share:
- Bold new strategies for delivering the live virtual classroom
- Delivery approaches gleaned from broadcast media
- The integration of video, dialogue, and teamwork
- How an ongoing learning community can augment the live virtual classroom
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