Future-Proof L&D: Best Technologies To Use

It’s important to think ahead and choose technology solutions that can change as your organizational needs change. Solutions need to stay relevant and not become outdated in the short term. This will increase the stability of your eLearning program.

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Blended Learning: Finding The Right Learning Mix For Your Organization

Once you get to understand your organization’s learning needs, the technologies available to you, and develop a system to hold it all in place, the sky is the limit with blended learning. Finding the right mix of learning for your organization is certainly a process, but a worthy one.

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Leveraging Mobile Learning To Increase Engagement

Mobile platforms are where users spend their digital time. If you want user engagement, you have to meet them where they are. When you want to leverage engagement via mobile learning, it’s important to ask yourself: What problem can I solve for my employees using this platform?

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The Role Of On-Demand Learning And Microlearning In The Digital Economy

Microlearning and on-demand learning are created to fit the traits that digital economy-friendly content has. More concise content, available anywhere and anytime, on hyper-specific topics, makes it usable for a group of consumers that has no interest in content that isn’t immediately useful.

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Immersive Learning: Virtual Reality Simulation Versus Role-Playing

Immersive learning and learning technology are designed to help L&D teams measure learning and track progress. Let's look at 3 prime examples for why virtual reality simulations are more engaging and cost effective than role-playing.

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Why Implement Gamification Into Your Cybersecurity Training?

Cybersecurity training is an area that suffers from a lack of motivation and knowledge retention, despite being a key piece in strategies to reduce business risk. Gamification addresses these issues head-on, while still being a serious learning tool that can provide deep data on learners and integrate as a part of a bigger training program.

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