Remote Possibilities: A New EdTech Podcast


In the premiere episode of Remote Possibilities, host Kevin Hogan talks with Scrum master and remote learning veteran David Prior about, what else, the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on the business of professional training. Prior discusses the inherent disadvantages and some surprising advantages this incredible disruption has caused and what it might mean for the future corporate training sessions. Added bonus: wistful remembrances of airport terminals.

Conversation takeaways include:

  1. What does the lockdown mean for the future of in-person professional training in the near term and long term?
  2. How can companies adjust to the new professional learning needs of their employees?
  3. What are some of the new techniques that are emerging from this most unpleasant of beta tests?

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