Webinar:
How to use webinar-tools in aNewSpring?

The #Workingfromhome-sessions
March 18th 2020 | 17:00-18:00 (GMT+1) | Online webinar

Webinar:
How to use webinar-tools in aNewSpring?

March 18th 2020
from 17:00 – 18:00 uur
(GMT+1)

Are you looking to use webinar-tools in aNewSpring? Join this interactive webinar and learn from our platform specialists how to integrate external webinar tools into a learning journey.

At the moment, lots of learning professionals are facing unexpected challenges. As aNewSpring, we get a lot of questions about what’s possible with online learning platforms and we’re offering help and support. This content is freely available, spread the word to other learning professionals through #IHelpPeopleLearn.

What does this webinar cover?

Looking for ways to turn your classroom or face-to-face sessions into a webinar in aNewSpring? Join this webinar from our platform specialists to find out. We’ll cover which webinar tools you can integrate into your learning journey in aNewSpring? It’s an interactive webinar, with plenty of opportunities to ask questions.

Who is this webinar for?

For (future) aNewSpring users who quickly want to move their upcoming ‘offline’ meetings to an online webinar. In this session, you’ll learn how to integrate external tools in your learning journey. Some knowledge of the back-end of the platform will come in handy.

Didactische heads-up:
Webinars aren’t the same as virtual classrooms but webinar tools are able to facilitate virtual classrooms. Make sure to look at the possibilities of each tool, and maybe this free e-book by The Learning and Performance Institute can come in handy: https://www.thelpi.org/data-papers-press/complete-guide-virtual-classroom/.

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