Interactive Webinar Design

A talk by Dr Anthony 'Skip' Basiel
Blended Learning Solutions Consultant,

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About this talk

Hello, I am Dr. Anthony 'Skip' Basiel from Queen Mary, University of London. It is my pleasure to share my research and development work in the area of interactive webinars using a variety of instructional designs and technologies such as augmented reality to promote learner engagement and move training from short-term recall to the application of skills and knowledge.

The takeaways from this virtual learning event are:

understanding the nature of knowledge in a web-based context or 'telepistemology' adding game elements to your instructional design exploring augmented reality Next-generation 360 immersive fishbowl discussion webinar design

Learning designers of the future will see a convergence of technology and a synthesis of instructional design. This is why you will want to explore my presentation to prepare you to become a pioneer in curriculum innovation.

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Dr Anthony 'Skip' Basiel

[Doctorate in Learning Technology Design] , [Certified Online Tutor - University for Industry - UK] , [Adobe Certified Associate in Web Communications] , [Adobe International Education Leader], [Certified Teacher & ESOL - USA]

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