5 Productivity Hacks for Virtual Classroom Teachers by Liz Hardy

In the virtual classroom, there’s a difference between a busy instructor and a productive one. Here are five ways to stay on track and productive.

Learning Leaders: Karen Hyder and Virtual Training's Evolution by Pamela S. Hogle

The way people use virtual training platforms is changing, and instructional designers need to strategically design for the new blended learning. Suggestions from Karen Hyder.

Book Review: Virtual Training Tools and Templates by Pamela S. Hogle

Virtual training coach Cindy Huggett shares her secrets to creating engaging virtual classroom training and honing your skills as a facilitator or producer.

Go Virtual Classroom? Go Mobile? Why Not Do Both! by Pamela S. Hogle

Virtual classroom platform vendors are amping up their offerings as learners and instructors alike shift to mobile devices. “We’ve built our virtual learning apps to […]

Five Essential Skills for Virtual Classroom Facilitators by Pamela S. Hogle

Conducting training in a virtual classroom requires honing five key competencies that help facilitators engage. “It’s not lecturing; it’s not presenting. You’re facilitating,” said eLearning […]

Jigsaw Awarded Patent for Visionary eLearning Platform by News Editor

Atlanta-based digital learning innovator Jigsaw was granted the first eLearning software patent for its pioneering virtual learning technology. The Jigsaw platform facilitates active learning through […]

Three Key Differences Between In-Person and Virtual Teaching by Pamela S. Hogle

Virtual training consultant Cindy Huggett points to three key areas where in-person instructors need to tweak or build skills when moving online.

Designing Engaging, Interactive eLearning for the Virtual Classroom: Cindy Huggett, CPLP by Pamela S. Hogle

When moving instructor-led training online, the first step, according to virtual training consultant Cindy Huggett, is to focus on what makes great training; then figure […]

Five Best Practices When Converting Classroom Content for the Virtual Classroom by Adam Stone

Taking traditional training materials online is akin to substituting baking soda for baking powder. It can be done, but it’s not a straight one-to-one translation. […]

The Keys to Engaging Virtual Classroom Training? Planning, Design—and Channeling Oprah by Pamela S. Hogle

Being a great presenter is only the beginning of what an instructor needs to engage learners online. The ability to build rapport with an audience […]

Going Virtual: Tips for Moving Instructor-Led Training Online by Pamela S. Hogle

Teaching adult learners—on any platform—rests on the same basic principles. But choosing the right format and structuring eLearning to take full advantage of the platform […]

Buzzword Decoder: Flipped Classroom by Pamela S. Hogle

At its heart, a flipped classroom model is about engaging learners in learning that focuses on their needs and monitors their progress. This can be […]

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