What does the future of eLearning hold? Where do you even start?
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Whenever there is change, there is opportunity. With report after report showing the world of work changing faster than ever today, it’s fair to assume there’s more opportunity than ever. The challenge? It isn’t easy to know where that opportunity exists.
Recently I presented my view on the status of HR Tech (HR Tech Trends: update). One of the conclusions: there seem to be good opportunities in the learning area. As a follow up on this presentation, I had a short brainstorm with some network partners last week.
What are the predictions of Elucidat for the new year? Here are the top 10 eLearning trends to watch in 2017. Expect to see a wider acceptance of microlearning and digital learning design that addresses needs of the modern learner.
Instructure, an SaaS learning and performance management tech company, acquired Practice, a video microlearning platform, in November. In December, Apprentice announced a $2.5 million funding round for its augmented reality solution for R&D and manufacturing performance support.
Microlearning is understood as a concept to deliver learning content to users in small bursts of information which allows them to exercise control over what and when they are learning.
Deskless employees can be hard to train and keep up with on an individual level. That’s why restaurants are moving forward into a new age of tech-focused training and continuing education.
Interpersonal skills, the ability to get along with others, is just one of many categories of soft skills needed in the workplace. When lacking, the impact on an employer is huge. Consider these statistics:
One size doesn’t fit all. Every employee has individual learning needs and styles. The key to creating a successful personal learning path strategy is to develop a plan that seamlessly blends the content with the needs and wants of each learner.