Product Demo Webinar: How to combine virtual and classroom training for the best of both worlds 

On Demand

In less than 60 minutes discover how to combine classroom and digital training to create efficient and effective blended learning solutions

With the move to hybrid working more and more organisations are looking to introduce elements of traditional classroom training into their digital learning platforms. Research from our recent report ‘ Digital Learning: Looking at it from the learner’s perspective’ highlighted the elements of classroom and digital learning that learners appreciated and felt motivated by. For classroom learning these include involvement in the training such as sharing experience and comparison with peers, socialising with other learners and dialogue which stimulates learning. For e learning, learners appreciated the autonomy over their learning, ease of access to training and the variety of activities available on a digital platform. So, is it possible to create a digital learning programme that has the best of both worlds?

In this interactive webinar our experts Caroline Meriaux, Learning Design Expert, CrossKnowledge and Raffaella Stoppani, Product Manager, CrossKnowledge will share research, tips, and advice on how to create the perfect digital learning solution for hybrid working combining blended learning with virtual classrooms with the use of CrossKnowledge BlendedX technology.

Key takeaways

• The advantages of blended learning
• Benefits of virtual classrooms
• How to create an effective blended learning course with virtual classrooms

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Our Experts

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    • Caroline Meriaux,

      Learning Design Consultant, CrossKnowledge

    • Caroline Meriaux is a Learning Design Consultant at Crossknowledge. She supports companies in the design of their online or blended training projects. She helps them design their learning experiences and apply online learning best practices. She also facilitates workshops on these topics. Before joining Crossknowledge, Caroline worked for over 16 years in Higher Education where her role was to help faculty and programs with new technologies and new forms of pedagogy such as blended learning and the flipped classroom methodology. 

    • Raffaella Stoppani

      Product Manager, CrossKnowledge

    • Raffaella is a product manager responsible for the CrossKnowledge digital learning platform, within this role she works to resolve challenges such as learning experience and engagement for clients.
      She is passionate about all things digital design with 10 years of experience in product definition, first as a functional analyst and tester, then as a product owner and finally as a product manager