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Digital Tools for Learner Engagement

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This Digital Learning Day 2020 with Special Guest Kerri Buttery, MD of VETNexus, explores digital tools you can use in your flipped training so that students will be engaged.

These range from tools that the students will directly interact with (in face-to-face sessions or online learning) as well as behind the scenes tools that the trainer can use to enhance their development process.

Want something you can use in your flipped training that students will be engaged with that doesn’t take too much time or effort to create? It is all about the tools in your trainer toolbox and these are changing constantly!

  • Explore a range of digital tools for trainers
  • Create interactive content for your learners without needing to know code
  • Screen reading technology to improve accessibility
  • Creating apps without technical know-how
  • Create your own instructional videos or have students create videos to demonstrate knowledge or skills

60 minutes in duration

Self Register Now using the Access Code:   DGIW-MZJG


Kerri Buttery - Director, VETNexus

Kerri has worked in the Australian Vocational Education and Training sector for more than two decades.

In that time, she has undertaken roles such as trainer/assessor, RTO Compliance Manager, Senior Lead Auditor and has extensive experience as a VET compliance consultant including the delivery of professional development services through workshops, webinars, online courses and conferences.

Kerri also provides consulting services in the use of the Canvas LMS by Instructure to develop online courses. She is the Director of VETNexus and co-founder and partner of The VET Gurus.


What attendees said:

It has saved me so much time investigating these tools for myself.

Discovering tools I hadn't even heard of that I started using immediately!

Great great job .

I have to find time to explore these tools more.

Great job with the webinar!

Keep up the great work!


This digital resource is limited to 100 registrations.