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How To Engage Distance Learners?

With

Román Jáquez

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Bright Sighted Podcasting

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Christine O'Donnell

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Román Jáquez is an award-winning filmmaker and course creator. On this week’s episode, we tap into the psychology behind audience engagement, how to overcome the fear of creating your own course (or podcast); and lastly, we share the different learning styles of adults and how to employ them in your course to engage your participants. 

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