A well-designed distance learning can be collaborative and social. Digitized training has a different pace and often sets different types of responsibilities than classroom training. One efficient and flexible way to organize distance learning is to study the theory independently and to dedicate shared time for discussing and for applying what has been learned.
Distance learning often requires a more self-oriented approach to the work. This is one of the reasons why guidance from others can be valuable in distance learning.
In which tasks or issues you find the support from others most valuable?
What kind of regular practices your team could have to support each other in learning?