#GuildChat returns this Friday, May 22nd at 11am PT / 2pm ET. Our topic is Moving from In-person to Digital.
It’s happening and happening fast for many. As workforces moved to remote settings, L&D has been asked to meet them where they are and classrooms, courses and content are all moving online.
There have been plenty of articles on what to do and how to do it when it comes to this shift to digital. In this #GuildChat we get to gather as a community to reflect on all the tips, practices and ideas flooding our streams and make sense of it together.
Join us this Friday, May 22 to share your understanding and learn what others are doing to help their organizations move to digital learning.
- Q1 We know there are challenges for L&D to move from face-to-face to digital, but what are the opportunities? #GuildChat
- Q2 Does the length of a migrated online learning experience need to be the same as the in-person content it came from to be as effective? Why or why not? #GuildChat
- Q3 How do you prepare your learners who are accustomed to face-to-face to be successful in online environments? #GuildChat
- Q4 When your audience’s past experience with online learning has been negative, how can you win back their trust? #GuildChat
- Q5 When you’ve been on the attendee side of a virtual classroom experience, what have you found made it more engaging and useful for you? #GuildChat
- Q6 What are some of the easiest things to move from a face-to-face learning experience to an online classroom? How about the hardest? #GuildChat
- Q7 Facilitating in person can give you immediate feedback and energy from the crowd. If you’re presenting online that part can feel like it’s missing. How can you get energy and information from your audience when you’re not in the same room as them? #GuildChat
- Q8 COVID-19 has made it necessary for a quick shift to online learning. What long-term effects (if any) do you think this will have on how teaching and training is created and delivered? #GuildChat