eLearning Trends In 2021 — A Strategic Guide To Help You Create A Long-Term Blueprint For Your Corporate Training Programs In The New Normal

by EI Design

My eBook, eLearning Trends in 2021, is designed as a guide to refer to as you firm up your plans for 2021 and begin recharting the training delivery to meet the mandate of the new normal of the workplace.

Key Chapters

  1. Learning During the Pandemic and the Changed Expectations from the L&D Teams

  2. Section 1: In the spotlight – “must have” trends to offer remote learning

    1. Mobile Learning 2. Mobile Apps for Learning 3. Virtual Training - Conversion of ILT to Blended or Fully Online Learning 4. Integrating Accessibility Guidelines in Online Trainings

  3. Section 2: Trends that equip remote users to learn quickly, apply the learning effectively, and get access to relevant content and just-in-time learning aids – in the flow of work

    1. Microlearning 2. Personalized Learning 3. Performance Support Tools (PSTs)/Job Aids

  4. Section 3: Trends that foster continuous learning

    1. Informal Learning 2. Curation and User Generated Content 3. Social Learning 4. Self-Directed Learning

  5. Section 4: Trends that help you deliver engaging, high-impact, and immersive Virtual Learning experiences for remote learners

    1. Gamification 2. Scenario Based Learning and Interactive Story Based Learning 3. Video-Based Learning (Videos and Interactive Videos) 4. AR/VR and MR or Immersive Learning 5. Next Gen Learning Strategies

  6. Section 5: Trends that help you assess the impact of remote training and aid you in maximizing the ROI

    1. Learner Analytics 2. Learning Experience Platforms – LXPs 3. Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Learning

While a lot may have changed in the shadow of the pandemic, the need to create and execute a learning strategy that has a real impact on learner behavior and business outcomes remains unchanged. My eBook is designed to help you in this endeavor in 2021.

Asha’s book is a great read, full of important insights, but more importantly, the book itself is a blueprint for corporate training delivery. Anyone that reads this book will find it an invaluable tool in constructing a learning strategy that will mitigate the significant challenges that have been brought upon us by the pandemic.

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Michael Rochelle
Chief Strategy Officer and Principal HCM Analyst of the Brandon Hall Group