The New Rules of Engagement

The events of 2020 accelerated the shift of in-person learning to virtual learning environments. However, many organizations found that the “lift and shift” approach did not work and that the experience for learners, facilitators, and administrators all suffered.

This series of content pieces makes the point that virtual synchronous learning can be effective with design and delivery that emphasize human experiences.

What’s inside

  • How to set a learner up for success
  • How to design learning that emphasizes human connections
  • Tips on how to rethink facilitation to improve collaboration and engagement
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