Conference style events have a different set of problems to virtual events that are designed for small group learning, they are even harder to make engaging. For Barbara Covarrubias Venegas the key to making an event memorable is the connections between the speakers and audience and connections within the audience. In this interview Robin is talking with Barbara Covarrubias Venegas about approaches to building connections and designing large virtual events.
Scenarios are a powerful way to ensure your learning is performance focused. Using scenarios moves your online sessions away from being information dumps to being active and engaging experiences. In this podcast, Robin is talking with Ray Jimenez from Vignettes Learning using scenarios in virtual classrooms.
Conversations are at the core of how we learn with each other, too often live sessions both face-to-face and online are presentations not conversations. Moving online does make designing learning around conversations more challenging but not impossible. In this interview Robin is talking with Joshua Davies from Knowmium about what a conversation architect does.
Everyone who is working remotely knows the experience of Zoom fatigue and the negatives of video conferencing; pixel vision, seeing yourself all the time, and what sometimes feels like an ocean of blank faces; but video conferencing also has many powerful possibilities for learning.
These are the possibilities that Robin explores with Chad Owen in this latest interview.
L&D professionals often struggle with visual design when designing presentations. In this podcast Iona Dierich from Sprout Labs talks about a simple, practical idea on how to improve your visual design.
In this podcast Robin and Lori Niles-Hofman are talking about performance consulting. This is another podcast in our series about live online teaching and facilitation. This podcast is not about online teaching and facilitation, instead it focuses on other agile approaches to learning.