The Coronavirus pandemic has resulted in many businesses having to adapt their way of operating including online learning. This transformation to blended or fully online learning isn’t always the easiest as it involves learning new technologies and adapting old teaching methods. Having an effective transition is essential to keeping your audience engaged and satisfied with the overall experience. At D2L, we want to assure you that we are here to support your rapidly changing needs surrounding the digital transformation of learning.
In Webinar three of the Digital Transformation for L&D Webinar Series, learn how making the digital transformation move provides you with the opportunity to rethink and re-energise online learning at your organisation – creating a richer learning experience for your employees.
The methods covered in this Webinar will help you transition to online learning and enhance the learning experience on offer. Digital learning gives the audience the ability to learn at a time that is convenient for them and in a location of their choosing. This automatically empowers the audience to learn on their own accord and enhances the learning experience.
Other methods for transforming learning covered in the webinar include the use of video in online learning, social interaction, the creation of friendly competition and micro-credentials. The webinar also details how to correctly plan and implement these methods, so you can ensure they are engaging for your audience.
Join D2L for our free webinar series that aims to guide you through the process of moving your learning online and how to overcome the barriers that digital transformation may include, but also to what is possible… allowing for a continuous learning journey and collaboration across continents1.
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- Categorisation of TEL Interventions, adapted from Kirkwood, A., & Price, L. (2014). Technology-Enhanced Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: What Is “Enhanced” and How Do We Know? A Critical Literature Review. Learning, Media and Technology, 39(1), 6.
Kirkwood and Price (2014)