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Design for Collaboration Course: What do Instructional Designers Need to Learn and Unlearn?
The February run of our mini-course was so successful, we're offering it again starting April 20th! With new information related to the pressures of quickly migrating ILT to online in the face of COVID19 restrictions.
Learn all about designing collaborative online learning, an especially essential tool in this age of forced WFH and travel restrictions.
What is it? A 3-week introduction to collaborative online learning in a collaborative online learning environment
When is it? April 20 - May 8: 3 weeks, 1 hour of work and interaction per week, done at your own pace and when it's convenient for you.
Who’s it for? Instructional designers, learning architects, learning experience designers etc. who want to expand their career horizons!
Why’s it important? Collaborative online learning is the modality chosen by BOTH learners and CLOs as the preferred approach for those truly business-critical training topics. (See the survey results.)
Who will I be learning from? Each other! As well as Intrepid’s learning experience design experts and other industry leaders.
How do I sign up? Fill out the form below!
When asked "What did you find most useful?" our February participants had these sorts of things to say:
"The variety of content, the relevancy, the connection to others outside of my organization..."
"Acknowledging the issues of L&D in a straightforward manner and then collaborating on solutions..."
"It was great getting to collaborate with others and knowledge share. I also really enjoyed the platform..."