There are many reasons to convert your content from in-person to online delivery – cost, scale, consistency, efficiency, accessibility – you name it. The challenge is that this is rarely a 1:1 conversion. Your content may still resonate, but the way it’s delivered online – either synchronously or asynchronously – will need to be very different.
This session focuses on ten instructional design strategies you’ll want to consider when converting your next program from in-person deliver to online.
Watch to learn:
- What makes online training work
- How to assess the readiness of converting your in-person content for online delivery
- How to make your online training as interactive as your in-person content
- 10 instructional design strategies to make your online training stick
About Our Speaker: Brian Washburn, Endurance Learning
Brian Washburn has been designing and delivering learning programs for 19 years, getting his start as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Paraguay, where he helped train farmers on basic principles of business. In 2011, Training magazine named him one of their “top young trainers”.
Brian has facilitated workshops on presentation skills and instructional design to audiences in North America, South America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. He has written multiple articles for TD magazine, the monthly publication of the Association for Talent Development, and excerpts from his Train Like a Champion blog have been used in two recent books published on the topic of learning and development.
Brian is the co-founder and CEO of Endurance Learning, whose vision is that every presentation can be engaging and lead to change. Brian’s sole purpose in life is to eliminate boring learning experiences from the face of the planet.