Webinar:
Replacing classroom elements within aNewSpring

The #Workingfromhome-sessions
March 23rd 2020 | 17:00-18:30 (GMT+1) | Online webinar

Webinar:
Replacing classroom elements within aNewSpring

March 23rd 2020
from 17:00 – 18:30 uur
(GMT+1)

Do you have certain classroom training-elements in aNewSpring that you want to place online? Join this interactive webinar and learn which functionalities of aNewSpring you can use for this.

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?

In this webinar, our platform specialists will explain ways to take classroom-based elements of your training and place them into the online courses of aNewSpring. Topics like:

  • webinars or virtual classrooms
  • oral assessments or (project) presentations
  • working together online
  • background information or taking notes during lessons
  • discussions and evaluations

Who is this webinar for?

For (future) aNewSpring users who would like to turn classroom-based or face-to-face elements into online elements whilst keeping the didactics in place. Knowledge of or experience with the platform isn’t necessary as such but be aware that the webinar starts from the idea that you’re using aNewSpring.

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