Blended learning has changed. No longer is defined by classroom training with online learning components added to it. As new technologies emerged and learner behaviour and attitudes have evolved, blended learning models have taken new shape and form.
In 2014, Interactive Services ran a comprehensive research campaign to gather survey-driven data on the topic of blended learning and what the future of learning looks like. This data, combined with feedback from a series of virtual and face-to-face workshops provided some fantastic insights from senior learning and development professionals across many industries about what the learning blend looks like in 2015. The data we’ve compiled has enabled us to develop an educational whitepaper which explores a variety of learning methodologies, all of which are being used in the modern learning blend.
The key topics addressed are:
- Measures of Training Success
- Communities of Practice
- Making the most of Video
- How Mobile is Mobile
- Making training Real in the Workplace
The role of the L&D professional is a demanding one and its importance can never be overlooked. Our goal in carrying out this research study is to provide qualitative data that will help L&D professionals globally to design and deliver exceptional training programs, improve performance and elevate L&D to its rightful place within organizations.
Below is a blended learning infographic we developed to highlight the key findings of our research.
Want to find out more about the benefits of blended learning? Read eLearning Trends: Blended Learning 2.0 to find out what learning blends other organizations are using to improve workplace performance.
Contact Interactive Services today for a consultation with a member of our team!