Yesterday’s post covered the importance of automated data analytics for organizational e-learning initiatives and programs. In more detail, here is how you can, and should, utilize data analytics for organizational e-learning initiatives and programs.
In 2019, it’s important for organizations to have a learning management system (LMS) that’s based in the cloud because cloud-based LMSs allow them to take full advantage of automated data analytics for their e-learning initiatives and programs.
Do you believe the best employee learning occurs while on the job and within the context of the work? There are well-tested steps to follow for rolling out a training solution for a large, mobile workforce.
Yesterday’s post detailed what scenario-based learning is, and today’s post will highlight six best practices for implementing scenario-based learning.
Now that virtual reality and augmented reality are getting a lot of attention in the learning and development (L&D) space—and are projected to be worth around $2.8 billion by 2023—you’ve probably started hearing more about scenario-based learning, too.
The e-learning industry is projected to be worth around $325 billion within the next half decade—and for very good reason. E-learning initiatives lead to increased employee retention rates, increased revenues, and more, and nearly all (98%) companies will invest in e-learning by next year, especially digital and video content, according to one company’s research.
Although there are numerous benefits to e-learning inside the workplace for both employers and employees, such as employers’ saving money with e-learning options and being better able to engage employee learners and personalize their learning environments while improving job satisfaction and productivity levels, as well as employees’ having access to relevant and timely learning content […]
There will inevitably come a time when your organization will have to outsource help from third-party vendors; whether you’re outsourcing because of your organization’s limited technology capabilities or because you require more human capital, you’ll want to be prepared to work with the following six types of vendors.
With the growing popularity of e-learning platforms and remote work options, it’s easy to forget that informal and blended learning approaches are still on the rise in the modern-day workplace—but they are. And in 2019, you’ll want to know how to design learning spaces that are more appropriate for the modern-day learner.
In a recent post, we covered four reasons why you’ll want to personalize your learning and development initiatives this year. This post will cover how you can personalize your training and development initiatives this year.