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Here are the slides for Lucy's presentation which were presented during her webinar 'From classroom to screen' on the 17th January, 2018.
Please feel free to check these out and do get in touch if you would like to talk to us about creating engaging and motivating e-learning for your learners.
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In this white paper we consider:
- The savings and other benefits which can be achieved by converting classroom content to online learning
- Course duration, media, interactivity and practice opportunities when designing your course
- Converting existing PowerPoint content to transform a role-play into an online game or simulation
- When a blend works better—choosing the best of all worlds.
As always, get in touch if you would like to talk to us about creating engaging and motivating e-learning for your learners.
When I was asked to write a course for ASOS, I thought – great – I’ve spent hours and hours trawling through their website for my outfits. They have everything from a “going to tea with the parents” outfit, to a “going out-out” dress. You need an outfit, they’ve got it. But when I found out the e-learning was going to be systems based, I was a bit gutted. Even as an Instructional Designer, I feel the dread of a systems course approaching like everyone else does. They’re hard to get excited about because they can be pretty boring… but not this one. I decided to make this one different.
Are you thinking about converting classroom training to e-learning?