Having a Disaster Recovery Plan

13 Jan

Today I had a disaster – well not quite a disaster, a near-miss.

I was going to run a Live Meeting session using computer audio. Unfortunately, my fellow meeting participants had trouble hearing me. So I needed a Plan B or as some people say a “Disaster Recovery Plan.”

Technical problems seemingly beset every learning project with technology at the centre of  its success. That’s why you always need to incorporate a “Disaster Recovery Plan” when designing a course.

For me this morning, Plan B was the telephone. Plan C would have been re-arranging the session.

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