The arrival of COVID-19 has changed how we work. It’s going to change how we learn at work, too. From a reliance on face-to-face activities, suddenly workplace L&D departments are being asked to shift activities online, usually with little to no planning, and no extra budget.
Join Learning and Skills Group chair, Don Taylor, as he shares a framework for thinking about moving online, rounds up free resources, and facilitates discussion from people who have actually done it.
If you have experience of this, please come along so that we can capture and share your experiences more widely.
If you can’t make the webinar live, don’t worry. We’ll put the recording, the slides, the chat and a list of resources online as soon as possible afterwards.
He is an influential writer and speaker in the fields of the professional development of L&D and of technology-supported learning. He was the 2007 recipient of the Colin Corder award for services to training and has chaired the Learning Technologies Conference since 2000. He also chairs the Learning and Skills Group, hosting its bi-weekly webinar programme, and edits Inside Learning Technologies Magazine. He is a graduate of Oxford University and in 2016 was awarded an honorary doctorate by Middlesex University in recognition of his work developing the L&D profession.
We apologise to anyone who tried to join the live webinar, we reached the maximum participants which has never happened before. Please enjoy the recording below.
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I watched the playback. A great session. practical, inspirational, relevant.
Thank you for the positive feedback. Don was thrilled to receive it. We are looking at expanding our webinars to do more so watch this space.
Mandy Garnett for Donald Taylor