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Free Webinar - From Traditional to Virtual: Designing, Delivering and Supporting Virtual Learning
April 16, 2010 @ 12:38 PM | By Maribeth Brown


With training and travel budgets shrinking, organizations are struggling with the issue of how to continue to provide effective development opportunities. Using a virtual classroom, if done well, can be a powerful and effective development tool. But there are challenges along the path from the traditional to the virtual classroom.

Attend our FREE webinar to ensure your Virtual Learning has the right design, the right delivery and the right learning transfer strategy. Explore how to create a high-impact and successful virtual learning experience. Specifically, you’ll have a chance to explore some of the most common questions clients have about virtual learning:

  • How is virtual learning different from Virtual Presenting, anyway? Is it more than a talking head or a PowerPoint webcast?
  • How do you keep people actively engaged during the session rather than multitasking?
  • How do you deal with varying degrees of technology proficiency?
  • What do facilitators need to do differently when facilitating a virtual program?

For answers to these questions and more, join us Thursday, April 22, 2010
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Eastern
Register Now »

Maribeth Brown is an Associate Marketing Manager for InterCall. She has been with InterCall for 8 years. She lives in Auburn, Alabama with her two daughters.

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