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Tuesday, December 1 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
When Moving Workshops Online, You Must Learn to Chunk It

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Taking face-to-face trainings to an online format can be time consuming, difficult, and stressful but the rewards can be great.  Keeping participants in the room for an hour long presentation is possible when you can maintain eye-contact.  However, when you go online you must break it down into 2-7 minute Chunks or you will lose your audience.  

In this session you will learn how program and staff development specialists worked with the Office of Communication and Creative services director and staff to chunk or chuck classes for Extension Agents.  Once the learning objectives were identified for the classes we had to decide what to keep and what had to go.  We will share the design tools, the good, bad, and the ugly of the process.  We will finish the session with ways we measured impact, the benefits of teaching online, and the projected cost-savings.

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Todd Hurt

University of Georgia
University of Georgia
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Angela Rowell

Director, Office of Communications and Creative Services, UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
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Marcie Simpson

Program and Staff Development Specialist, UGA

Tuesday December 1, 2015 3:15pm - 4:15pm

Attendees (10)