Live Distance Learning:
A New Direction for Blended Learning

With the shock of the pandemic, Learning & Development departments responded by offering their learners more online training courses. But many of these virtual classrooms can be more accurately described as training meetings, because they often lack the pedagogical structure and features that reinforce and enrich the learning experience. Face-to-face learning is a proven method that will never disappear, so this is the perfect moment to combine the best of both classroom and e-learning to create a new hybrid of Blended Learning called Live Distance Learning. The big question for learning designers will be which training methods to choose to ensure maximum efficiency.

Our new e-Book discusses how learning professionals can seize the opportunity to reinvent their profession to create proximity and presence, at a distance.

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