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Resources for Migrating Your ILT Online

Scrambling to figure out how to take your planned in-person training events online in the upheaval of the coronavirus, travel bans, and working from home mandates? We have some resources that can help you frame out and plan your transition to make your digital offering successful.

First, you’ll need to make sure you’re thinking in terms of cohorts and time-bound common learning experiences.

Check out our Corporate MOOC Playbook for the play-by-play for starting a collaborative, time-based, cohort-driven digital learning experience.

Also take a look at Senior Product Manager Rachel Elfenbein’s article about how to shift your mindset when designing digital learning experiences.  or this post on how to think about your learner like a hero and their course like a journey.

And you might need some tips for dealing with all the content you have available to use.

How to cut through the clutter of content to find the best pieces to use for a given training program. 

Microlearning is a really good approach, but you have to do it right. 

Next, you’ll need to make sure you’re ready to facilitate and moderate an online experience effectively.

First up, a quick tips infographic.

Next, a more in-depth article from Intrepid’s learning experience designer JR Burch’s Training Industry article about moderation. 

And last but not least, remember that as in face to face situations, you have to build community when it’s online too.

Additionally, you may find these other resources helpful.

We hope these resources help you in your digital move, whether it be motivated by the current global crisis or previously planned. 





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