The Learning eXPLOSION: 9 Rules to Ignite Your Virtual Classrooms

Narrated by: Mr. Matt Murdoch
Length: 2 hrs and 58 mins
Categories: Education & Learning
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With so much information available, it is hard to know where to start. Making the move online is challenging. Many organizations are struggling to find ways to cut costs and increase reach without sacrificing the quality of training. With dramatic growth projected in virtual learning classes, the challenge remains how to transfer live in-person training to a live online experience.

In this book you'll learn about the nine time-tested rules required to create a high-quality, highly engaging training experience, and discover what it takes to successfully transfer in-person classrooms to live online classrooms. With the resources, tools, and rules found in The Learning Explosion, you will be the spark that ignites your virtual training.

©2011 FranklinCovey Co. (P)2011 FranklinCovey

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"The training world is changing. Don't go virtual on your own… let The Learning Explosion guide the way." (Andrew Scivally, President, eLearningBrothers)
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  • Christopher Rycroft
  • 05-07-20

A book not ideally suited for narration

This is a short book, by normal book standards, of 2hr 58 minutes. I'm literally into the 22nd minute and it is driving me nuts and makes me question if the authors fully understand the concept of virtual learning!
The author just narrated a shopping list of ten sources on the spread of virtual learning, then immediately after another narrator asks you to join a quiz and then promptly reads out another shopping list of 20 questions, one after another!
It could work in a book but listening to one shopping list is bad enough but to immediately follow it up with another made me want to stop listening and switch to Spotify to extract myself from the boredom!

As it got good reviews I will try and continue. I will try listening to it walking the dog and I'll let you know what the dog thinks!