Building your brand is no joke. If your brand isn’t already well-established and you’re starting from the ground-up, it probably feels like you’ll never be able to catch up—or keep up—with the competition. But that’s where great marketing comes in! A solid marketing team is one place to start.
Up until last year, the terms “hybrid learning” and “blended learning” might not have meant much to you or ever crossed your mind unless you are an educator. But today, whether you are a teacher, a parent, or a student yourself, these terms come up in conversation a lot more. The problem is, the two terms are often conflated with one another.
In part one of this series, when we spoke with industry leaders about their best practices for using online work group chats, we focused on the community and collaboration benefits of these tools. (If you missed part one, click here to access it!)
Who says quizzes can’t be fun? As we enter another school year and you might be on the hunt for new and improved ways to keep your students engaged and excited, we’re sharing four interactive quiz types to help keep them on their toes!
New to word clouds? Or perhaps you’re just looking for a little inspiration to incorporate them in a new way during your next meeting. Either way, we’ve got you covered in this post! We’re going to break down the basics of using word clouds and we’ll also share some great word cloud examples to get you started.
Curious how your team members feel about returning to work? Here are the return-to-work survey questions you need to be asking.
Even prior to the pandemic, planning meetings came with its own challenges. From finding a time that works for everyone to getting everyone to show up on time, it’s no small feat. But now, with more workplaces transitioning to a hybrid work model, it means more companies have employees scattered around the world. Some are located in the same city as the headquarters and might visit the office in person. But remote employees could be working from anywhere in the world at any given time. In that case, planning meetings across different time zones is a whole new challenge to navigate.
Like it or not, hybrid classrooms are the future of education. With this mix of remote and in-person learning comes a lot of flexibility and convenience. At the same time, it can also come with a lot of new challenges, including keeping students engaged.
One of the great things about modern polling methods is just how many are available to you! Polling software has come a long way, and now that means you can create and distribute polls in a number of ways. Two of the most common methods are desktop and mobile polling. They’re both forms of online polling, but respondents complete the surveys on different devices. The problem is, many survey creators aren’t sure which one is right for them and their surveys. But in this post, we’re going to discuss web vs. mobile polling and which one is best for you.