Now in its 27th year as the longest running online conference in education, TCC Hawaii, LearningTimes, and the Learning Design and Technology (LTEC) Department, College of Education, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, collaborate to produce this event which features over 100 webcasts over 3 days.
The Exchange is an innovative, interactive, virtual forum, for sharing professional library ideas and experiences. This virtual conference was a collaboration between the American Library Association’s ALCTS, LITA, and LLAMA divisions.
Produced for “Project Home” this week-long celebration included live webcasts, production of a video documenting activities across Philadelphia, and live streaming of the Gala finale.
WHYY and Kendal looked to LearningTimes to produce a wonderful example of a hybrid learning event. The “Deepening the Conversation on Aging” discussions took place in Kendal retirement communities located near Cleveland, Columbus, New York City, and Washington, D.C., and was hosted and networked online from WHYY-TV’s studios in Philadelphia and included concurrent breakout sessions for online participants.
Training Magazine’s Live + Online certificate courses are designed for training and development professionals and provide the big picture (strategies) and fine details (tools and tips) needed to succeed. These live, interactive, and collaborative Webcasts are esigned and delivered by the best in the training industry.
For a dozen years, LearningTimes has supported the Foundation for Advancement in Conservation. We’ve produced nearly 200 webcasts related to caring for collections to all types of small to mid-sized cultural institutions.
In addition to producing hundreds of online & hybrid webcasts for community engagement with the New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) LearningTimes leads two significant efforts in “Applied Learning” for District 75 (learn more here).
Online Debates: http://debates.district75.net/
3D World, Exploration & Learning in Virtual Reality: http://3d.district75.net/
Effective instruction is bigger than the day-of. Engaging learning experiences should have a ripple effect that outlives the agenda. And in many cases, successful learning experiences translate into safer and more inclusive workplaces and energized and engaged movements.