"'Learners don’t care about application sharing or virtual reality,' she says. Instead, developers and facilitators need to explain to them what they are going to learn and just let the tools 'fall into the backdrop.'"
Paul Signorelli, facilitator for "Blended 2018: A Hands-On Evening of Engagement" (see our event scheduled for May 23) would agree. He likes to tell the story of when he himself was so immersed in a blended learning program, a pen was thrown toward the camera and he reached out to catch it.
This article from ATD National Insights shares a point shared by several of our presenters this year. "Just because we have new delivery tools 'the importance of design isn't going away.'"
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