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Understanding Resistance to Asynchronous Discussions for Training
21 Aug 2014
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Non-members – $10.00
Students – $5.00
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In this knowledge-based economy, corporations invest millions of dollars in training and expect a return on that investment. E-learning strategies and instructional methods being employed exclude the use of asynchronous discussion as a viable instructional method. A study by Rosette (2011) showed e-learning programs rarely include expectations that employees are to participate in online discussion.
Participants will be able to:
• Use web-based tools to design and deliver asynchronous discussions as an instructional strategy for training.
• Explore factors that might prevent a company from employing these tools.
• Identify interactions to make this instructional strategy successful.
Implement a new paradigm in collaborative learning and performance utilizing nontraditional instructional strategies and methods using a Web 2.0 platform.
Presenter: Sue Czeropski, PhD, CPT, Valin Corporation