How are you feeling right now?
What changes have you had to make to adapt to the coronavirus threat?
Do you find yourself suddenly needing to take programs, meetings, clases, processes that work well in the physical world, and put them online?
Would you like some guidance and help in figuring out how to do that, effectively and fast?
At a time when staying separate in physical spaces protects our physical health, meeting together in online spaces can protect our social, emotional, financial, and even spiritual health.
In these unprecedented times, where things are unfolding fast and in unpredictable ways, community support and helpful guidance can ease the burden we may otherwise be carrying alone.
That's why, starting this week,I’m inviting the Learn and Get Smarter community to come together, to meet face to face (on Zoom).
I’m hosting a live group meeting this Saturday, March 21st, at 9 AM Pacific/ Noon Eastern time.
If you live in a different country, you can use this international time zone converter to find the time to log on.
The purpose of this meeting is to start to get to know each other as a community focused on creating effective learning online in ways that make the best use of all our resources: time, brainpower, energy, and ideas.
What challenges are you facing now in terms of taking great offline learning experiences, and getting them online?
How can I support you in getting that done?
I'd like to start having weekly office hours/workshops where you can share your course design challenges and we can find creative solutions together.
If this sounds like something that would be helpful and interesting to you, please register for the meeting (below).
After you register, you'll receive a confirmation email with the meeting link.
If you have a course design challenge or situation you'd like to discuss, you are welcome to email it to me at Rebecca@learnandgetsmarter.com.
Here's the link to register for the meeting this Saturday.
(After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.)
We'll be meeting live on Zoom, which is a fantastic platform for online meetings and live course sessions.
You may already be an expert at using Zoom, or you may not have used it before.
(If that's the case, it's very easy to use. All you have to do is go to the link you'll receive in the email after you register, at the designated time).
Here's an article that Zoom just shared from their blog, on some really fun and creative ways to create a sense of community and connection in online meetings.
I hope you enjoy it!
Zoom shares some great ideas for creating connection online
Check out this wonderful post on Zoom's blog, about fun ways to create connection and community at a distance.
My goals for this first meeting are for the community to get to know each other, and for me to learn the kinds of course design challenges that you are facing right now, and how I can be of service to you at this challenging time.
If there is interest and the group finds this format helpful, we can continue the meetings weekly in order to create ongoing synergy, community, and support.
How do you feel about this? Do you like this idea? Do you have any comments, suggestions, or requests?
Email me at Rebecca@learnandgetsmarter.com to let me know how I can help.