November 2020
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Break Up With Bad Breakout Sessions

Find out the steps facilitators can take to ensure online breakout success.

With remote work a necessity and online conferencing at an all-time high, we're all facing new hurdles in conducting online training and education. Virtual breakout rooms have become a go-to for escaping the tedium of the perennial shared-screen PowerPoint slides. While online breakout rooms are ideal for application-based exercises and collaborative work in small groups, they are quite different from group work in a


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