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We know that 'zoom fatigue' exists and maybe some ways individually how to avoid it:
- Article in the National Geographic about why it happens
- Article in the Harvard Business Review on how to avoid it
My question is:
Is there any research or empirical guidelines somewhere to say when we are designing:
- Maximum length of sessions and breaks needed (if at all)
- Time between sessions on a longer programme that would normally be a week long course, lets say? One day after another or a days break in between each?
- If you had a session in the morning and then one in the afternoon, any data to support length of break in between morning and afternoon?
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This doesn't directly address length of session etc but John Sweller's research on cognitive load helps you think about designing your sessions and how much information you should be including at any one time.
Thanks Kerry. Do you have a link to John Swellers work?
Hi Krystyna, for a quick read of the main points have a look at this:
Brilliant thank you!
Great question. There's research from Cindy Huggett, CPTD about what people do, but that's not the same as research about what is best! https://www.cindyhuggett.com/blog/2019sovt/
Thanks Jo I have seen this one and it is a good remonder!
Hi Krys, a couple of links that might be interesting.
I haven't looked at them in detail yet to see if they answer your question, but thought I'd share rather than delay! :D
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This is for webinars, and from the ON24 Webinar Benchmarks Report 2019.
Obviously it's not specifically what you are asking, but it gives a clue that over the years people are still wanting to a) watch most of a webinar and b) that investment of time is creeping up.
I would interpret this to mean that an hour live online is absolutely doable (and more besides), but that's based just on this webinar data.
Here is a link to the discussion on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/posts/krystynagadd_there-seems-to-be-littl...