High-quality video is making online training even better. In our upcoming WebEx, our experts will show you how take your training to the next level.
This event is free: register here.
With high-quality video, trainers are starting to enhance the remote training experience – adding face-to-face and new visual dimensions that weren’t possible previously.
Join our experts, Richard Nantel, Co-CEO of Brandon Hall Group, and Cisco eLearning Specialist Linda Uli, as they review the results of a new market study on how organizations are using video for training.
They will discuss innovation today and how they believe video will evolve. They will walk you through best practices on effectively applying video to your virtual classrooms. Dominic Lau from the USC Distance Education Network will share lessons learned from the Viterbi School of Engineering, as they were early adopters of WebEx high quality video for their online classes.
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During this session, you will learn how other companies and universities are using video in their blended learning programs, when to use video so it will enhance, rather than detract from the learning objectives, which training scenarios benefit most from video and how to increase your value as a “video-ready” instructor.
WebEx Training Center: New and Improved!
We have retooled our product to bring high-quality video to Training Center; offering a more natural class environment with dynamic face-to-face interaction. We have also streamlined the user interface to make using Training Center even easier. Click here to see a quick tour!
Details: July 19, 2011 | 9am PT | 12pm ET | Click here to register!
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I’m here in Las Vegas and aside from enjoying a frosty beverage or two by the pool and betting my next paycheck at the Black Jack tables, I’m attending Cisco Live 2011. This annual education and training event is like the World Cup of networking events, where IT, networking, and communications professionals join Cisco experts and partners to learn, connect, and collaborate.
There are so many different sessions and keynotes taking place at Cisco Live this week, but don’t worry if you can’t attend every event. I’ll be posting daily recaps here on the Channels blog, talking to partners at the conference, covering the big news, as well as sending out live tweets.
Cisco Live 2011 officially kicks off tomorrow with a keynote and welcome address from Chairman and CEO John Chambers. John is slated to discuss the future of networking and communication technology, and the ways it will transform business practices, education, and social relationships.
What else is taking place at Cisco Live this week? Read More »
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Virtual learning has evolved into a robust tool for human resources and training leaders. Yet many companies struggle to find the right blend of face-to-face, virtual, self-paced, formal, and informal learning methods to meet their needs. In this free WebEx, you’ll hear case studies that explain how companies have solved this challenge.
Richard Nantel, Co-CEO of Brandon Hall Group, and Faith LeGendre, Senior Consultant at Cisco, will share examples of Read More »
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One of the challenges of online training is making sure your audience is involved. “Reading the room” is possible with webcams, but until now, that video has been less than optimal.
But we have good news: we have retooled our product to bring high-quality video to Training Center; offering a more natural class environment with dynamic face-to-face interaction. We have also streamlined the user interface to make using Training Center even easier.
Click here to see a quick tour!
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Join Cisco for a technical seminar on planning for IPv6 transition. Along with Cisco technical experts and other customers, you will get an in-depth look at planning and technical considerations based on Cisco’s Preserve, Prepare and Prosper strategy. These workshops can accommodate between 40 and 50 people and will begin the week of May 23rd, 2011 and run through June 28th, 2011.
The topics of these technical sessions are as follows:
- Project timelines
- IPv6 planning and considerations
- Readiness assessment (application and network)
- What to ask of Service Providers
- Transition strategies (dual stack, translation, tunneling, etc)
- Requirements gathering and drivers
- Migration challenges
- What Cisco is doing for World IPv6 Day (optional)
These workshops are open to all theaters and segments, featuring:
- Three hours of combined sales and customer training
- Between two and four hours of hands on virtual lab training with Cisco’s GOLD lab
Customer-to-customer TelePresence sessions to share best practices (certain locations only)
Training will be hosted in the following cities:
- Herndon, Virginia
- New York City, New York
Please REGISTER HERE
For more information, please contact:
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