What We’ve Learned About Online Learning: A Practical Guide 

Over the course of 2020, the question has shifted from ‘do we move programs online?’ to ‘how do we best facilitate programs online?’ Many organizations are working to upload content, videos, tutorials, and experiences to train members in a virtual environment. There are unique challenges associated with pivoting in-person training that often aren’t uncovered until something goes awry. This program’s goal is to help participants learn the common missteps associated with transitioning in-person training online by using practical examples from the presentation team. Participants will learn what translates, what doesn’t, and how to do virtual learning well to meet intended outcomes. 

Participants in this session will be able to: 

  • List the considerations necessary to meet needs of learners in a virtual environment
  • Describe some of the common missteps of transitioning training to virtual formats 



Brittany Barnes Deeg

Brittany Barnes Deeg is passionate about learning through deep dives about community organizing, design thinking, assessment, and capacity-building strategies. This program is an outgrowth of the gifts and talents of those doing great work at the Mid-South Peace and Justice Center and Younger Women’s Task Force of Greater Lafayette. As the Director of Curriculum and Training for RISE Partnerships, she is passionate about helping fraternity and sorority professionals do their best work, together. Brittany loves Diet Coke, talking about nerdy and complex things, watching true crime documentaries, and reading memoirs and obscure fiction. 



Aug 13 2020


3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
North American Interfraternity Conference


North American Interfraternity Conference