In the past, teachers were responsible for “reading the room” and “getting a feel” for how learners were responding. But todays technologies help us discover more about them through their digital body language.

 

 

During this episode of IDIODC, Chris and Brent bring back the very first ever returning guest on IDIODC, Jo Cook. The three talk digital body langauge. (Yes, you read that right.) 

Digital Body Language is more than just how you look on your webcam. That’s analog body language as seen through the webcam lens…and it’s important. The learning experiences we create are part of a larger learning experience for the user. They may attend a virtual classroom session, take a self-paced eLearning course, and consume short videos to refresh the learning. And they’ll also be joining communities and chatting with peers about the same content. All of those contribute to learning and using analytics we can use data to discover what they need.

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