Compliance, onboarding and induction best use for digital learning, says study
L&D teams want technology to deliver better experiences and increase employee engagement with learning, according to one of Europe’s leading learning analysts.
Digital Learning Realities 2017, published by Fosway Group in partnership with Learning Technologies and the Learning Skills Group, shows huge growth in demand for “non-traditional” learning technologies.
The greatest increase in demand is for mobile learning and learner engagement platforms (74%), followed by social/collaborative platforms (71%) and analytics and dashboards (66%).
And the research shows that compliance is where digital learning has the biggest impact (86%), followed by onboarding and induction (83%) and business skills (79%).
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