EI Design rolls out its list of eLearning trends and predictions for 2017, a must-read for organizations looking for insights on what’s in store for them in the days to come and what strategies they can use to increase their ROI on training.
eLearning Trends And Predictions For 2017: A Must-Read List From EI Design
2017 has begun and so have the discussions in organizational circles as to how the learning scene will shape up in the coming months and what trends and strategies can be leveraged to create better learning experiences and eventually, a better ROI. And rightly so! With organizations not quite making the most of their training investments, there is a need to go back to the drawing board and look at strategies that can make the required impact.
To help organizations and learning enthusiasts alike, EI Design has come up with its list of eLearning trends and predictions for 2017 with insights on what’s hot and what’s likely to make waves in the learning industry in the days to come.
These predictions aren’t about unreal assumptions and hypotheses. They’re based on observations of strategies that have evolved over last few years from being mere ideas to becoming the most sought-after solutions today. The include ideas that are not quite setting the learning industry on fire as of now but are simmering for sure.
According to Asha Pandey, Chief Learning Strategist at EI Design, this list of eLearning trends and predictions for 2017 will go a long way in helping organizations get the much-needed clarity on the approach they should take to meet their mandate of creating immersive learning experiences and successful training programs.
“Today, billions of dollars are being spent by organizations across the world on training. In spite of this, not all of the current trainings are engaging and are not being able to demonstrate a clear gain on employee productivity, workforce capability, and gain for businesses. The learner expectations are changing as well and this requires L&D teams and organizations to re-evaluate their existing learning strategy and leverage on not just established approaches but also embrace future trends”, says she.
“I believe that looking at eLearning trends and predictions becomes more meaningful when it provides organizations with inputs they can use. This was exactly my objective when I decided to list down the eLearning Trends and Predictions for 2017. I have provided several examples that L&D teams and organizations can use to uplift their current learning strategy for better learner engagement and other measures to create the business impact they wish to see”, she adds.
You can check out EI Design’s list of eLearning trends and predictions for 2017 here.
An eBook on eLearning trends and predictions for 2017 is also slated to be released in early Feb’17.