Six principles for creating online trainings that inspire in-person action

TESA has been working with organizations to develop participatory and engaging online trainings for over six years. We’ve collaborated with with wonderful groups such as Equal Exchange, the Center for Family Life in Sunset Park, the Carolina Common Enterprise (CCE), and others. Yet, with the arrival of COVID-19, this work became even more urgent, as so much organizing, training, meetings, and day-to-day work have necessarily moved online. Still, with all of our work, our goal is to inspire in-person action.

5 Ways to Make Your Webinars More Engaging and Interactive

We’ve all been there: the title sounds great, the instructor is smart and skilled… and yet after 20 minutes you have another tab open in your browser, and you’re checking your email.  Webinars are becoming more and more popular, and they provide fantastic opportunities to meet new people and learn great information from experts around[…]