Even the most energetic cheerleader may need to apply a little technique when it comes to starting a new e-learning program. Here's how to focus on the benefits of online training to your organization's stakeholders, not simply the features.
We have an online course that consists mainly of students who know each other. The rest participate minimally and do not seem engaged. How do I level the playing field and make the new students feel welcomed?
This is an excellent question that I found while trolling through LinkedIn Answers, but it's not unlike standard brainstorming questions I'm asked every time we launch an e-learning project.
Read the full discussion here, or check out these highlights:
The Machine is Us/ing Us. Very creative and compelling way to tell the story of Web 2.0 through imagery.
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