Online trainings can provide rich, interactive learning experiences that emphasize practical application and support peer learning and teaching. But how? By taking learning activities out of training rooms and into the communities where advocates, survivors, and allied professionals live and work.
This collection of resources, created by RSP for sexual assault coalitions, explores principles for effective online learning, how to decide which trainings may work online (and which ones won’t), online facilitation tools, techniques, and challenges, and how to work with design experts to create online trainings that emphasize engagement and equity.
- A Brief Introduction to Online Learning
- Choosing and Working with a Vendor
- Coalition Use of Online Training Platforms
- Designing for Technology, Language, and Disability Accessibility
- Facilitating Online Learning About Sexual Assault
- Staffing Roles to Support Online Learning and Engagement
- Using Objectives to Develop Online Course Content