Learning is empowering - for individuals, organisations and nations. Learning occurs when there is an appropriate mix of communication, content, activity and assessment together with an effective facilitation process. Using modern technologies, any or all of these can be online but the mix must be designed with pedagogy and not technology in mind.

John values both online and face-to-face approaches, recognising that both work well in specific situations and with specific indivduals and groups. However, John is keen to stress that as parts of the process move online, this has implications for the face-to-face components. Transferring part of a learning programme online without addressing these implications is at best sub-optimal.

John works with clients to identify those elements of an overall learning programme that can most effectively be transferred online, and then to ensure that the overall mix of activity and assessment is informed by this transfer. This results in learning programmes that are both effective and efficient.

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