The blog post documents a struggle that Emilio had in converting his F2F training into an elearning course. He eventually got it up and running and notes that it offers him many benefits such as being able to teach from anywhere. He is currently happy with the outcome and has seen an increase in efficiency.
- You can’t lose your focus. You have to learn in the experience. Don’t focus on the idea that this is the official worldwide launch of your elearning program, but a learning experience.
- The most effective tool I feel I had was our weekly synchronous “Office Hours.” They gave me an opportunity to introduce a dose of F2F interaction which is fantastic.
- I delivered a course – granted for 7 people – but while I was working Bangkok, Mexico and then Peru. Pretty impressive. Amazing, yeah. I had good connectivity fortunately.
“Learning and change are super complex. Consider we may never know the effects of our work. Every snapshot lacks context in some way. Proceed with listening, kindness, observation, and experimentation. Accept that there will be uncertainty, as in all things, and move forward anyway.”