As companies transition to working remotely, training that was once done in a classroom will now be delivered virtually ... but it doesn't have to be boring.
The results for Intrepid's 2020 State of High-Stakes Learning survey and recent COVID-19 response survey are in, and show the rise of remote learning.
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing many businesses to rethink how they approach training, forcing L&D professionals to rapidly adopt virtual solutions.
In the rush to purchase secure, easy-to-use web and video conferencing platforms, don’t forget to identify and leverage a variety of interaction tools to increase communication and connection.
The Leadership Edge, a life sciences organizational development company, just announced its plan to immediately transition one of its signature programs, From the Laboratory to Leadership, to online delivery in response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
SNHU teams up with Guild Education, Penn Foster, and K12 to offer free teaching modules for new online educators, trainings for frontline workers, and home safety tips for individuals in the wake of COVID-19.
Incredible Health, the leading health care hiring platform in the U.S., announced a first-of-its-kind free online continuing education program available to all nurses in the United States. Incredible Health's hiring service is already free to nurses.
Coassemble, a company democratizing online training for global brands, has announced a $4.4M Series A funding round led by Equity Venture Partners (EVP) and advised by Clinton Capital Partners.
In a globally distributed corporate world, webinars and virtual meetings have become commonplace. However, many people treat webinars like monologues. The session may be boring or noisy, benefitting few of the attendees.