The worldwide pandemic in 2020 meant a rapid shift to online learning for training providers. For many, this was with little or no training in effective online learning design and delivery. Significant effort was put into creating resources including videos and handouts, that became the lifeline for students at a distance.
In 2021, it is time to move past crisis mode and further build on the enormous efforts of training organization staff. To make the most of the situation, it is time to review and evaluate the resources that were developed in 2020.
An effective online learning program requires a different approach to designing face-to-face classes, with different strategies needed to engage learners and motivate them to login to your classes. For this reason, it is important to understand the fundamentals of online learning, which is exactly what this bootcamp aims to provide you with!
Online learning must be visually appealing for students to engage. You don’t need to be a graphic designer to be able to create some pretty fancy images to use in your courses. It just takes a little know-how with what tools to use for what job. This session will examine tools to use and take you through creating sample imagery.
Key topics covered:
- Places to source images
- Key image creation tools
- Types of images
- Stock photos
- Image file types and sizes
- Accessibility considerations
How to access the webinar and resources
Resources for use during the session
Replay of Live Session