Category Archives: online-education

Lights, Camera, Actions …. Tips on creating your YouTube video.

Weekend Project:  Create YouTube video for my friend As a hobby I take art classes and my art teacher and friend, Sergey Malina was looking to create a video to help his students learn a quick lesson as well as … Continue reading

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5 Tips On Conducting Online And Face-To-Face Combination Meetings

How do you run a meeting with participants that are both in the room and over the phone and on the web in a virtual web meeting? Here are 5 tips to get everyone involved: 1) Use Both a  phone … Continue reading

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Flipped Learning – what does that mean? Can it be applied at work for learning?

I first heard about this at the Elliot Masie’s Learning 2010 conference last year and was very taken with the idea.  Here’s the premise shown in this short 2 min. video. What I would like to do is apply this … Continue reading

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Harnessing the power of the text chat during your online meeting

 Have you ever been to a meeting and had a yearning question you needed answered, but did not want to interrupt the speaker in the meeting?  What if this meeting was an education session, meant for you to learn and get the … Continue reading

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CEO Global Study 2010 – How Smarter Leaders Collaborate

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to participate in the CEO Global Study 2010 – and present as well as discuss with other leaders how smarter leaders collaborate.  This was an amazing experience!  I will start off with the environment.  I came in … Continue reading

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