NE(X)T VIRTUAL CLASSROOM. TIMES, RHYTHMS AND TOOLS - ALL TO ENABLE PEOPLE

NE(X)T VIRTUAL CLASSROOM. TIMES, RHYTHMS AND TOOLS - ALL TO ENABLE PEOPLE 13 March 2020

HERE’S THE LOGOTEL APPROACH TO DESIGNING AND MANAGING DIGITAL TRAINING SPACES

NE(X)T VIRTUAL CLASSROOM. TIMES, RHYTHMS AND TOOLS - ALL TO ENABLE PEOPLE

In recent weeks, Logotel activated its design resources to conceive new experiments. We’ve assured business continuity to our customers, transforming our formats to enhance their digital components. We wish in this article to relate the virtual classrooms design to you: places where technology, interaction and motivation all guarantee a captivating digital experience.

 

NEXT SPACES
We don’t design just information and technologies. We also design virtual spaces that motivate people

To define rules of engagement as we enable people to put the tools to their best use while generating positive emotions, both through visual elements and virtual games. These are just some of the elements that define a next space. Together with two of our important customers we’ve defined a digital storytelling via Microsoft Teams, transforming it into a "space to act". These form a crucial element in generating a "sense of virtual closeness" among connected people, comprising the prerequisite for ensuring that contents transmitted within virtual classrooms be understood, remembered and applied in daily life.

 

INTERACTION RHYTHM
We develop engaging experiences that mix together visual, textual and interactive content.

Logotel’s virtual classrooms are never unidirectional. We amplify user attention by designing the rhythm of digital interactions. We’ve created three cultural events, our landscapes - all dedicated to Logotel people in places of digital interaction. By breaking down the information content into micro-interactions we’ve been able to guarantee maximum involvement around such topics as the future of sales, smart mobility and smart cities, as well as eco-design. We’ve developed a mix of frontal learning situations, visual insights, inspirational videos, peer-to-peer exchange moments, feedback management and micro-surveys.

 

ENABLING TOOLS
Enabling technologies that serve people

We create the best conditions to ensure that each involved user can fully enjoy the virtual classroom experience. We identify the best technologies to generate experiences that are both useful and rewarding. Launched before the virtual classroom, the tutorials we’ve created in the digital workshops are all equipped with direct assistance services. Here’s how we’ve created a built-in familiarity for each tool, ensuring the same level of use for all participants.

 

TIME DESIGN
We create non-linear use pathways

Within digital environments, relationship times can be managed with different intensity and duration levels. Here’s why our virtual classrooms provide:

  • Synchronous moments (for simultaneous use among all users),
  • Asynchronous moments (for working either within micro-groups or individually),
  • Reusable moments (where course recordings can be heard and personalized videos viewed and watched again) 
  • Free and collaborative moments (where users generate output via live chat and tools of collaboration)
  • Moments of experimentation in which participants can, between one virtual classroom and the next, individually offer reflections while experimenting new behaviors for sharing.

This approach has afforded us the chance to facilitate information exchange as we better understand the input of both customers and our collaborators.

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