This topic contains a range of tools to help you plan, run an evaluate a live online learning session.
This tool is designed to help you focus on the various processes that underpin synchronous online learning, the choices and decisions involved in planning it, the advantages and limitations of online learning, and the skills necessary to make it work.
Use this tool to help you to broaden your view of the technologies that support live online communication in a business and help you to distinguish between synchronous and asynchronous methods of communication.
This tool is designed to help you to recognise three distinct ways of using web-conferencing and help you to choose the best way to use web-conferencing for various business purposes.
This tool will help you to focus on the learning outcomes and teaching strategies you need from an online session.
This tool will help you to structure an interactive online session and provide you with guidance on who does what when the session goes live.
This tool is designed to help you to use application-sharing to demonstrate in real time, share your desktop or selected content remotely while live online, use web tours to look at websites at the same time as participants, and share web content that is not easily uploaded onto the system.
This tool will help you to effectively use markup tools, voice, interactive whiteboard, polls and quizzes creatively and decide when it is appropriate to use breakout rooms.
Use this tool to help you with the preparation and build-up to the online session in order to ensure everyone gets the most out of the training session.