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Whether you are creating an entirely digital product for individuals to buy, or flipping the classroom for a company programme. Getting your clients engaged with using and learning online is a major challenge.
Even when you do get them engaged, keeping momentum over time is another challenge.
A long piece from me to address some of the concerns and challenges facing you with Going Digital.
"Nobody uses it!" cried the head of Learning Technology.
That was way back when I was...
Can you guide me on accessing the audio on the go? I am using an iPhone. I want to catch up on some of this week's audios.
I go into mail to find an email with a link to simplero - correct? In my case, the only one that seems to go roughly in the right direction is the 12th April one (all the others only go to single worksheets). When I get into that page, I am on the very first post from you on Day 1. All I can figure out is this: scroll to the bottom and click Next Page. Then do so...
John, your questions all seem to point to a standalone digital product. What if we aren't creating such a beast? What if I'm exploring digital as a flanker to my existing client strategy?
On Day 1 I ask you how experienced you are and one of the questions is about your email:
What is your system for processing your email?
Why the email client you use (and the process you adopt, matters).
Happy to join you, John, and meet all of you on the Challenge. I'm getting my content ready!
I created my first online course back in 1991 I was teaching inmates at Strangeways Prison in Manchester, England.
The year before had been the worst prison riots in UK history and the authorities were keen to encourage prisoner education, but few teachers were willing to go in to teach in the traditional classroom.
So we flipped the classroom. Well, we did the best we could with the very limited technology that we had available.
Inmates would access a Bulletin Board hosted on my computer...
Hi, and welcome to our Coffee Shop.
- I am your host and mentor Dr John Kenworthy. Just call me "John K".
- I am a Tech Leadership Trainer, Executive Coach and Business Mentor. My Company is "Leadership AdvantEdge" and it is my pleasure that you have joined me here today.
- I've been in business since 1991 and lived in Singapore since 1996. I am Britsh by birth and Singaporean by choice.
- I was a chef by trade and got into computers and tech when they were still using punch cards. My very...