Reposting: Tips and Resources for Creating Interactive eLearning

I’ve been asked many times about applying the concepts learned from the face-to-face class “Training from the BACK of the Room” to either synchronous (live, virtual learning) or asynchronous (independent, self-study learning) via webinars and any other form of online learning. Here are some resources to help you create more interactive, brain-based  elearning experiences.

 

 

 

First, below are two of my Micro-Courses that will give you some specific ideas and strategies for creating elearning experiences that are engaging and interactive:

5 Tips for Interactive Webinars

Engage the Brain: 5 Ways to Create Interactive Slides

In addition to viewing the Micro-Courses above, download and read my free article: Wake ‘Em Up: 7 Tips for Interactive E-Learning.

Below are a few more helpful resources:

Designing Interactive Webinars by Julia Young  This is summary of effective strategies for designing successful online learning experiences.

How to Do a Webinar Your Audience Will Love by Dan Shewan  Dan has written an excellent refresher of the technical “how-to’s” of webinar-creation.

For “action-mapping” (also called “branching stories”), check out author Cathy Moore’s excellent resource: Cathy Moore’s Blog.

Finally, I welcome you to join me for my free, interactive webinar titled: Brain-Based Presenting: Getting the Brain to Pay Attention, is part of InSync Training’s 2018 complimentary webinar series.

My webinar will be held on Tuesday, July 24th 2018, from 2:00 – 3:00 PM Eastern Standard Time. Click on the link above for the webinar description, learning outcomes, and registration information. Click HERE for my blog post about the webinar and for the free handout and infographic that accompany this interactive, live, elearning experience. I hope you can join me! 🙂

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