When it comes to connection and engagement online, we often rely on survey data that ask people to give their opinions and to recall things they have no reason to remember. But maybe such left-brain bias is inhibiting the intuitive and creative side of communication and connections online? In this 6 min video I will talk about how a breakthrough research on beer advertisement supports the importance of emotions online and provides suggestions on how to utilize emotions in order to create engagement and connection in cyberspace. Continue reading →
Drum roll please… FINALLY I am excited to present to you a new book, “The Golden Climate in Distance Learning” that I co-authored with Dr. LaGanza.
If you are just considering teaching online or if you already teach online but feel stressed out and overwhelmed- this book will help you become successful in this environment. The book can help to improve your online interactions, even if you’re not a teacher. Who knows, one day you might have to teach online? Continue reading →
In our attempts to create more connections in distance learning, we try to experiment with different forms of media, and video seems to be one of the best tools for creating engagement online. However, research shows that people are extremely distracted when watching videos on the web, especially when it has the “Talking Head” syndrome and is designed for TV broadcasting rather than online experience. Continue reading →
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