Rapid adaptation to e-learning: Video
Recording of the WildHub webinar 'Rapid adaptation to e-learning' from Thursday 26th March, https://wildhub.community/rooms/870-e-learning-and-online-training/posts/63829-wildhub-webinar-rapid-adaptation-to-e-learning
In this recorded webinar, Beth Robinson and I answer the following questions posed by Thirza Loffeld and webinar participants:
- 03:49 - What are the main advantages of online learning?
- 07:23 - Do I need specialist equipment to run online courses?
- 09:25 - What's the minimum set of software I need?
- 15:33 - How can I recreate a classroom feeling online?
- 19:12 - What's the best strategy for a rapid pivot to e-learning?
- 23:58 - How can I encourage active participation remotely?
- 30:53 - What potential barriers are there to participating?
- 36:09 - How can we all create a support network to help those switching to e-learning?
- 39:57 - What should I consider when designing for e-learning?
- 43:37 - What can I do with the free version of Kahoot?
- 44:14 - How can I support a growing learning community online?
- 48:37 - How can I replace field trips by providing experiential learning online?
- 51:02 - How can I teach species identification online?
- 54:54 - How can I run stakeholder workshops online?
If you're pressed for time and interested in specific answers, you can navigate to a particular question based on the chapters I added to the recording, or the timings above.
We hope it's a useful resource both for those of you moving online in this crisis situation, and as an introduction to e-learning design and implementation more broadly beyond it.