The creation of asynchronous virtual content can be one of the most efficient and effective means of delivering learning content to a diverse array of employees. There are great benefits to both synchronous and asynchronous virtual learning, but the question remains: is asynchronous virtual content a viable solution for your learning and development needs?
The primary purpose of this session is to provide a specific framework that organizations can use to answer this question. To do this, we will discuss 3 simple questions that organizations should consider before committing to the design, development, implementation and assessment of an asynchronous eLearning course:
For each question, we will explore additional questions, criteria and information that learning and development professionals can use to make the best possible decision. This will include the identification of circumstances where asynchronous virtual content is most likely to yield outstanding results, discussion of the resources that are typically needed to create high-quality asynchronous eLearning courses, and a review of four types of virtual courses and the criteria we can use to decide which one will be most effective in a given situation.
Dr. Tyrone A. Holmes, Ed.D
President and Owner, T.A.H. Performance Consultants, LLC
Dr. Tyrone A. Holmes is a professional speaker and consultant who has spent more than two decades teaching thousands of people to build powerful relationships in diverse settings. He received his bachelor’s degree in Rehabilitation Education and master’s degree in Counselor Education from Penn State University. Dr. Holmes received a second master’s degree in Business Management from the State University of New York, before earning a perfect 4.0 GPA in his Counselor Education doctoral program at Penn State.
As the owner of T.A.H. Performance Consultants, he has facilitated more than 1,500 keynotes, training seminars and virtual workshops that have taught participants to connect with others despite their differences, to effectively articulate their messages, to connect with diverse audiences and groups, and to reduce the negative impact of unconscious bias. Dr. Holmes served as a full-time faculty member at Eastern Michigan University in the Department of Leadership and Counseling, and at Wayne State University in the Department of Theoretical and Behavioral Foundations.
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