When should we record live virtual classroom sessions, and how can we design quality, engaging recordings for on-demand audiences?
I’ve never been fond of recording all virtual classes and making them available on demand. I’ve always felt that devalues live virtual instruction. After all, if there is no difference in the learner experience for someone to attend a live program versus a recording, then why deliver any live content?
Nevertheless, whether it’s an information-dense webinar or a hands-on, collaborative virtual lesson, most organizations have thousands of hours of recorded sessions in their training libraries.
Virtual Classroom - Best Practices,
This post was originally written by Sunder Ramachandran on his blog Learning Experiments. Many thanks for sharing.
Webinars (term for web-based seminars, presentations, lectures or workshops) are an interesting and effective medium for knowledge transfer and learning.
At InSync Training, we often provide informational sessions to workgroups in the midst of adopting a virtual training or blended learning strategy. After the session, we summarize the questions sent in via chat and provide more in-depth answers in a follow-up email to the client.
I thought the answers to the most commonly asked questions might be of interest to my readers so here they are!
In this blog, we talk a lot about how to make virtual training effective, and how to utilize collaboration tools to create engagement in virtual classrooms. Virtual training is my particular passion, and I have been fighting the use of the word 'webinar' for years.
Virtual Classroom - Instructional Design,