Can you use webinars for conversational learning?

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Written by Jo Cook on 22 February 2017 in Video

Excerpts of the speaking session at Online Educa Berlin by Jo Cook, presenting the TJ experience of learning via webinar technology

Jo Cook flew to Berlin for the Online Euca conference, to speak about the success of webinar technology to enable learning through conversation.

If you missed the session at OEB you can attend through our free webinar to find out more about why this approach is important.


Jo Cook discusses the need for passion in using technology, no matter your skill level (1.5 min):


Jo Cook shares some success points (2.5 min)




For those not able to make the OEB conference in November 2016, TJ are bringing one of the sessions to you via webinar! Deputy Editor Jo Cook was a speaker at the conference in Berlin, Germany, and shared key learning points about the #TJwow webinar discussion series.

You can register for the free webinar to engage in the topic of conversations for learning and take away some tips for your own implementation:

Register for the free TJ OEB session webinar.


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