Posted On November 17, 2015 By foundrydigital

Some organisations and many L&D professionals, however, remain reticent about giving virtual classrooms a prominent place in their learning programs, whether for reasons to do with technology, interaction, structure or content.

We recently conducted a webinar entitled “Enabling L&D to Deliver on the Promise of Virtual Classroom” with digital and future-learning strategist Cheryle Walker. Cheryle is leading the way in helping people create highly interactive learning experiences using web conferencing, and is well-known for initiating and operationalising new digital learning channels at National Australia Bank with outstanding results. Among Cheryle’s many qualifications is delivering the UK’s Learning and Performance Institute’s Certification in Online Learning Facilitation.

Here we share key learnings from that webinar.

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