These past years have been an eye-opener for the learning and development industry. Trends like e-learning, blended learning, microlearning, knowledge videos, mobile learning, and many others took the corporate world (and even the academe) by storm. Now let’s see what else our modern learners want to see and experience in their corporate learning journey.
Blended learning, also known as hybrid learning, changed the learning and development landscape. Companies today mix up classroom and digital trainings to effectively inform and close skill gaps in the workforce. Let’s see how instructor-led (ILT) and digital training can benefit your organization.
A big challenge in an instructional designer’s life is how to motivate their target audience. As discussed in previous posts, motivation is key. But how does one motivate a learner when you can’t be there, physically present, to be your target audience’s cheerleader? You can do this by making a learner-centric content.
People learn in a variety of ways. Identifying and understanding your learning style can help you maximize your educational experiences by finding ways to make learning more efficient. Here’s an infographic we found to know what type of Learner you are.