Friday, September 18, 2009

Best Practices for Delivering Virtual Classroom Training

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Virtual classroom training for a remote audience is most often performed by a single person sitting alone at their computer. They rarely know if the audience is really listening let alone engaged or actually absorbing the content of the presentation.

Learn about the most promising tools for remote trainers to ensure the greatest possible impact on your online audience as well as the best practices that you can apply no matter what the objective of your virtual classroom session.

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