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I'm new to this community. Ive been designing online learning for some time but we've only recently started exploring live online training. I think it could be a fantastic solution for my organisation. Problem is, theyve just invested in 365 and say that this includes a virtual classroom solution and therefore won't invest in any additional platform. I was hoping for something like Zoom or Go To Training.
From what the IT guys have shown me, 365 allows for pretty much no interaction from learners compared to those platforms I've mentioned. Am I right, or am I missing something....?
I'd appreciate any thoughts/ opinions
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Remote Learning Virtual Conference
Free event: Live 3-day event in November 2020 hosted by Sprout Labs in Australia.
18th November 8am UK time is Mike running a session on "the what, why and when of live online producers" and 10am that day Jo is talking about "how to read a virtual audience you can't see".
The Role of a Producer in Virtual Training
Free event (with voucher code): 12th Dec, 2pm-4pm UK time. You can attend Producing Effective L&D Training for free if you choose Friends of Jo and use the code: lightbulb
Jo reveals how best to integrate a producer into your virtual delivery. It will be an interactive session, so lots of time for questions.
Power Up Your Skills
Paid event:The POWER UP Your Skills Virtual Fall Conference 2020 is from ATD Pikes Peak (Colorado, USA) with a number of speakers across two (UK) evenings.
Jo is speaking about tips on how to facilitate fantastic virtual classrooms!