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Live online learning Q&A! Thursday 9th April 10am BST

Join Michael, myself and anyone else who's currently grappling with live online learning in this Q&A session!

We are offering this session for free, in Zoom. There's no content delivery planned, just come along and get involved in the chat, share your thoughts, challenges, successes and more!



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  • Hi Jo

    As I may have a 'virtual classroom' session to run at the end of this month which is intended to replace my normal 1-day face to face course I would appreciate some feedback and pointers on where I've got to in my thinking so far. 

    As it will be my first ever live online session my intention is to keep it very simple and deliver a 90 minute webinar using slides to cover the knowledge element and finish with specific action points for the delegates to do which is effectively apply their learning to their own projects.  I would then follow it up with a 90 minute Q&A to discuss how everyone got on with their actions.  To say I'm terrified at it all going wrong is putting it mildly! 

    Can I ask if delivering a 90 minute webinar without taking questions is likely to be effective?  I will have around 25 attending and I'm concerned about whether I can manage the technology well enough at this early stage to make it more participative.  That's why I was planning a follow up Q & A that would be done in smaller groups to suit individual project teams.

    My client knows this will be my first venture into on line learning and has specifically asked if I could possibly deliver something remotely to help at this stage.

    Thanks Jo


  • Hi Jo, I posted about zoom virtual backgrounds. Can you please show us about them and whether we should use them or not. Thanks.

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