Virtually There Complimentary Programs

Virtually There Complimentary Programs

Explore key modern learning topics in our complimentary Virtually There series! Hosted by subject matter experts, including Jennifer Hofmann and Jane Bozarth. Each session focuses on emerging L&D trends, fundamental skills, and practitioner pro-tips to help you design, facilitate, and manage training programs.

We record each event, and make the replay available in our Modern Learning Resource Library. Event registrants also receive additional support materials like infographics, whitepapers, tools, and job aids. See you online!

Learn How to Learn Online (LHTLO)

“It was like being in a real class!” Discover the power and capability of the virtual classroom in our Learn How to Learn Online workshop. Interact with peers, learn from an expert facilitator, and experiment with virtual classroom technology functionality. Over the course of an hour, you’ll experience the virtual classroom as it’s meant to be: an effective, impactful learning environment.

Bozarthzone! Instructional Design for the Real World

Jane Bozarth on November 28, 2017

As training practitioners, we spend a great deal of time talking about how people learn and how to help people learn and how to use that learning to help organizations improve. Jane helps you understand:

  • What to narrate during training events.
  • How to effectively facilitate content.
  • When narration and facilitation is appropriate.

Blended Learning: A Five Dimensional Puzzle – Technology, Design, People, Place, and Time

Jennifer Hofmann on December 5, 2017

Modern blended learning includes five elements: technology, design, people, place, and time. Our instructional designs, and the technology we use to deploy them, must support this reality. During this Virtually There session, Jennifer will share:

  • The five pieces of the blended learning puzzle
  • Ways to ensure the right content is in the right place at the right time
  • How to support various personal learning pathways in a single program

Bozarthzone! Show Your Work

Jane Bozarth on December 11, 2017

As training practitioners, we spend a great deal of time talking about how people learn and how to help people learn and how to use that learning to help organizations improve. Jane helps you understand:

  • What to narrate during training events.
  • How to effectively facilitate content.
  • When narration and facilitation is appropriate.

Blended Learning: What Works

Jennifer Hofmann on January 16,  2018

Has your organization made blended learning a priority?

If you are involved with blended learning design in any way – or want to be – you need tools, resources, and a blueprint to move forward. This session with learning leader Jennifer Hofmann, will provide all of this and more!

Removing Communication Barriers in the Learning Design Process

Phylise Banner on January 30, 2018

This session will introduce you to an easy-to-use and powerful visual learning design method called Learning Environment Modeling (LEM). This method helps blended learning professionals collaborate with diverse stakeholders using a shared design language. This helps to create a shared vision and set expectations for blended learning projects, while supporting effective collaboration among diverse project participants

Customer Hero Story: The Story that Sells

Christine Miles of C.I. Squared on February 6, 2018

Are you leveraging your current customer’s success to gain future business? The latest research on how people buy and make decisions (Behavioral Economics), combined with our communication framework, is a game changing approach. During this Virtually There session, Christine will share:

  • Simple techniques of how to build a compelling customer hero story
  • How to use emotions to communicate in a new effective way
  • Ways to change your sales approach to overcome biases

7 Consumer Realities That Impact Learning and Development

Treion Muller on February 20, 2018

In this session, we’ll discuss what we can do differently in corporate learning approaches to provide learning experiences that our learners want and that actually change behavior.

Learning Objectives:

  • Educate participants on relevant technological and industry trends and research
  • Understand 7 Consumer Realities and how they relate to L&D
  • Work together as a group and identify some ways to apply what we learn to our unique L&D challenges

Go Viral! Motivating Your Employees to Share Their Knowledge

JD Dillon on April 10, 2018

Knowledge sharing behaviors have become commonplace in our everyday life (Google, social media, etc), but not necessarily in the workplace. This session will provide guidance on how to facilitate knowledge sharing in the workplace.

JD will share:

  • How to apply real-world knowledge sharing behaviors in the workplace
  • Ways to motivate knowledge sharing at scale within your organization
  • Strategies to leverage shared knowledge as the foundation of your organizational learning strategy