Webinars are the most popular format for online learning at the School of Government. You can rely on our instructional support staff to provide a high-quality learning experience with professional audiovisual support. Webinars allow for instructors and guest experts to present from remote locations and broadcast these presentations online in real-time. Participants can attend the webinar from any location with a computer and Internet access. A webinar provides a quick and convenient way to share time-sensitive information. An archived copy of the webinar can be viewed after the live event.
E-Learning modules are self-paced, web-based instructional materials with which clients interact individually on a computer. Unlike webinars and classroom captures, e-learning modules are not merely recordings of live events. Instead, an e-learning module starts with a well-designed PowerPoint presentation, to which narration, interactive elements, and learning activities with feedback are added. E-learning modules will include custom graphics and a customized theme as well as quizzing of participants. E-learning modules reflect the professional look for which the School of Government is known. This option is ideal for more stable content or basic information or procedures that change little over time.
Previews and Overviews of Module Projects:
- Trailer for Land Use Modules (Adam Lovelady): https://sog.adobeconnect.com/landuse-trailer/
- Overview and Preview for Better Negotiation and Problem Solving (John Stephens): https://sog.adobeconnect.com/p89933498/
- Overview and Preview for Effective Consensus Decision-Making (John Stephens): https://sog.adobeconnect.com/consensus-scales-preview/
Example of Module and Module Quizzing: