Today’s modern learning landscape calls for modern blended learning design. We aren’t designing courses anymore, we are designing experiences that support the learner in all their formal and informal moments of learning need.
This means modern design is about more than learning objectives. We need to think about where our learners are going to be when they are accessing content, what they are doing when they are accessing that content, and what level of expertise they need in that moment.
Whitepapers and eBooks,
March 14, 2017
Instructor: Jennifer Hofmann
The term 'blended learning' isn't descriptive enough anymore. Especially when we consider that learning takes place perpetually – even when the training department isn't looking! To become more of a partner with our business, we need to make sure learning opportunities and content are where and when our learners need them. If they are not, our learners will turn to search engines to find the information they need and hope for the best.
To stay relevant, the Learning and Development field needs to think beyond the 'formal learning' box, and consider the shifting characteristics of our learners.
InSync BYTE Recording,