Six Ways To Engage An Online Audience

CLO Magazine

Here are a few tips and tricks to develop engaging online webcasts. Therefore, webcasts have become more common. Here are a few tips and tricks to develop engaging online webcasts: 1. “When planning a webcast, it is important to first think about who the target audience is, what they value and what information they may be seeking on a given subject,” said Eric Marsh, senior marketing manager at Philips Lighting Co. Initiate webcast review and follow-up.

Free L&D webinars for November 2018

Limestone Learning

This webcast will review the psychology and brain science of medical training and show how XR technologies reduce the cognitive load associated with learning and recruit learning systems in the brain that are not activated with traditional healthcare training. Components of a good program.

Free L&D webinars for September 2018

Limestone Learning

During the session, you will learn: About the latest eLearning trends, tools, and strategies to consider when building an engaging and future-proofed training program. the webcast will also examine elements of a live simulation in action. How to add quiz questions.

6 Steps To A Better Mobile Learning Strategy

Upside Learning

Check out this webcast from ASTD covering Qualcomm case studies). It could form part of a blended learning solution as an intro nugget or a follow-up quiz/summary/scenario.

Converting Live Workshops to an Online Course (Part II)

Web Courseworks

Too often we simply want our learners to watch a webcast and absorb the knowledge (which can be okay). Learner is asked to check their knowledge absorption with multiple quiz questions or an activity that requires action on the part of the learner. Material from this post came from the following sources: First I conducted an interview with Bill Winfield, an instructor with the UW eLearning Certificate Program, who teaches a four-week online course.