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Time to end Scrap Learning

By 2022, the Virtual Classroom industry (eLearning) is expected to be valued at more than $275.10 billion USD (Reuters, 2017). Schools and organizations are heavily investing, however, some of these organizations report that online learning takes the fun out of teaching and that it does not provide the same results as classrooms delivered in person. Although virtual classrooms do cut down travel, productivity and time expenses, organizations tend to barebone their online training programs to… [ read full ]

What Do We Do?

Today we are going to answer that in two different ways, both eloquently captured in the video below. Your browser does not support the video tag. We start by helping our clients get the most out of their investment in Adobe Connect, way more than they ever expected.  Enhancing the experience for all involved virtual meetings, like the one in the video, or virtual classrooms with the likes of Georgetown University to Global Knowledge.  We help those who set out… [ read full ]

Changing Our Minds

Last week I watched this great video (linked below) and began to think about its potential implications for virtual classroom best practices.  As you start to fully appreciate our incredible ability to shape and reshape our minds as we learn, and how that can be leveraged in an iterative process, it opens up possibilities for trainers that seemed positively futuristic just a few years ago. But then a question kept nagging at me; how much… [ read full ]