If pandemic-induced telework has proven anything, it’s that civil servants can up their digital skills when they need to. They just need the right incentive and the right kind of agency support.
Posts Tagged: online learning
During this trying time with COVID-19, here are some free classes that I think could benefit the GovLoop community
If you’re a teacher, you know that keeping the attention of even one student can be a difficult task. But what about if you have to train a community of over 28 million — and you have to do it virtually? That was the question recently facing the Small Business Administration (SBA). As the agency thatRead… Read more »
The following is an interview with Dean Pianta, Solutions Manager, Adobe. To learn more about how your agency can excel with virtual training, be sure to check out our guide: The Virtual Training Playbook for Government. Over the past twenty years, the online learning environment has changed dramatically. A quick review of the market revealsRead… Read more »
On Tuesday, Steve Ressler, President of GovLoop, Andrew Krzmarzick, Director of Learning and Development at GovLoop, and Jennifer Kaplan, Product Marketing Manager at GovDelivery, hosted an online training on “11 Tips to Transform Your Virtual Training and Events.” But we ended up with more than 11 – here are some bonus tips that will takeRead… Read more »
Over the last few days I’ve been reading the responses to the departure of Rod Humble, the CEO of Linden Lab – the company that owns and operates Second Life. Here are a few sites where you can find some in-depth and thoughtful discussion. The Oracle of Pixels on Andromeda, written by William Burns RodRead… Read more »