As part of the global COVID-19 response we are currently running a webinar series for humanitarians looking to improve their skills in the development of online learning.

Each webinar provides humanitarians with an opportunity to interact with a subject matter expert in online learning, and to reflect on how they can use and apply online learning in their current COVID-19 response. Find out more

Is this webinar series for me?

Yes, definitely! As humanitarians we are all committed to continuing our learning in order to be prepared to respond to the current COVID-19 in the most effective way. Knowledge and experience in designing and facilitating online learning is important in the response, with teams working remotely. Whether you work in a training or technical role, in an office or in the field, this webinar series is for you. You are encouraged to participate, try out the tools in the webinars and share your knowledge and experience with others.

How long will it take?

Each webinar lasts between 1-1.5 hours. The webinars are recorded for you to catch up on any that you missed.

When is the next webinar?

The next webinar is on Friday 22 May (9:30am – 11:30am BST) – Join Lisa Morris, Learning Adviser at the Humanitarian Leadership Academy, and Atish Gonsalves, Founder and Director of Gamoteca for a creative webinar about using and building serious online games for humanitarians.

This webinar is for you if you are interested in learning more about a game-based approach to learning, and are willing to participate in a quick online game build with other participants.

Watch the previous webinars

Watch Webinar #4:  ‘How to produce digital content for on demand online learning’.

Watch Webinar #3:  ‘Your role as an online facilitator’.

Watch Webinar #2:  ‘Concept building in online learning’

Watch Webinar #1:  ‘Designing and facilitating your online learning’.

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