Kineo Pacific Hosts Second Collaborative Tools Webinar

Based on the success of the 'Using Collaborative Tools' webinar hosted in partnership with NZATD, Kineo Pacific will be presenting a second Collaborative Tools webinar on August 28 at 2:30pm AEST/ 4:30 PM NZST.

The free webinar will take a look at how to bring basic courses up to the next level by making the most out of Web 2.0 tools. Members of the L&D community are invited to attend the complimentary webinar.

Ira Felinski, Kineo Pacific’s Learning Technologies Consultant, will be presenting the free webinar on 'Using Collaborative Tools'. Ira will cover the essentials of what collaboration is and the basics of using synchronous and asynchronous learning tools that will enable course facilitators to take an organisation’s elearning to the next level.

Social learning is no longer a trendy buzzword in the learning and development world – it’s a forward-thinking approach that gets learners moving away from isolated learning to working through an elearning programme together with their fellow peers. In this webinar, attendees will learn how to unlock the power of Web 2.0 tools like forums, wikis, chats and webinars to turn basic courses into interactive, social learning.

Zack Harvey, Business Development Manager says, “Ira recently conducted this webinar for members of the New Zealand Association of Training and Development (NZATD) with tremendous success and positive feedback from attendees. Here at Kineo, we like to stay on top of the latest technology trends. Our free webinars and online resources ensure that the wider learning and development community have the opportunity to understand and implement these advancements into the workplace. As my colleague Nigel Young, Learning Technologies Manager, said, ‘Collaboration is at the heart of good learning’ – and we look forward to sharing our knowledge on the subject with everyone.”

To register for the Using Collaborative Tools webinar, register here.


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