Identifying eLearning Factors In Business ROI

This article explores the relationship of eLearning and Return On Investment (ROI). Measurable factors in eLearning provide positive relationship to profitability, productivity, and performance. What other factors would you identify? Join in the conversation!

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5 Tips To Create An Awesome Learning Culture

Training is an essential component to upskill employees and aid their development. It is up to Learning and Development to create a learning culture that encourages employee feedback on what they want to learn, incentivizes learners, and does not make the workforce eschew training.

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The AI-Driven Digital Transformation Of Learning And Development

In 1950 Ray Bradbury published the short story There Will Come Soft Rains, itself based on a 1920 poem about human extinction due to an apocalypse. Bradbury’s story features an entirely intelligent computer-controlled house which continues to prepare food, clean itself, and even issue a fire alarm even though its former human inhabitants are no longer there.

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How Data Transforms Learning And Development, Part 2: Google Analytics

Your learning platform likely gives you insights into which courses are being engaged with most and other metrics such as course completions, but there’s a whole host of information you’re probably missing out on if you stop there. There are dozens, if not hundreds of analytical tools you can embed into your platform. And while we don’t recommend embedding every single one, adding a tool like Google Analytics tracking will let you see how learners are really using your site and could be a real game-changer for your learning delivery. Here are 9 Google Analytics insights that will help you maximize your team’s work.

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How Data Transforms Learning And Development, Part 1: xAPI

Arguably at the heart of all digital transformation of L&D will be the role of data. L&D is miles behind here – all the evidence suggests there isn’t as much data being captured as there could be, and little use is made of the data that is captured.

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