The NO-LECTURE Webinar:
Engage Learners, STOP "Yacking" at Them


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Architect of, Chief Learning Officer of Vignettes Learning
Webinar Recording Details
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  • Date and Time
    Thu, Nov 16, 2017 at 12PM Pacific / 3PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 hour
  • Cost
    $0 (Free)
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Ray and Gladys Knight - Let's say good bye to big content


For the trainers and participants,  webinars are great, until the trainers simply “yack” at learners. That’s when learners start multitasking and therefore, do not learn from the sessions.

This is unfortunate. Done effectively, webinars are the next best approaches we can use to deliver good training inexpensively. The major pitfall? That’s when it turns out to be  “THE LECTURE” webinar.

Topic coverage:

  • How do you assess webinar design and structure to determine that it engages and helps learners learn instead of boring them to death?
  • What is a sound and solid design approach for engaging webinars?
  • How do you apply the NO-LECTURE Webinar technique and method in all types of learning? In compliance, technical software, process, people skills and other types of content?
  • How do you learn NOT TO LECTURE  but instead,  facilitate the optimal emotional and cognitive processes that your learners go through?

About Ray Jimenez, Ph.D.

Ray is the Chief Learning Officer of Vignettes Learning, a consulting, content development, and platform company focusing on how to make content smaller, more engaging and accessible. He is the author of 3-Minute eLearning, Scenario-Based eLearning, and Do-it-Yourself eLearning. He developed and delivers the popular online workshops on “Story-Based eLearning Design”, “Micro-Learning for Disruptive Results”, and “The Masterful Virtual Presenter.” He serves companies like Nestle, NASA, US Air Force, British Petroleum, Phillips 66, Neiman Marcus, Caltech, Edison International, Pacific Gas & Electric, Progressive Insurance, to name a few. He teaches at the University of California, Irvine, and in workshops and conferences for Training Magazine, ATD and eLearning Guild.


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