Just read an interesting post on the trends in eLearning expected in 2017:
- Contextualized Learning
- Two-Way Conversations In eLearning
- Better Use Of Data
- Video, Video, Video
- Social eLearning
- Content Curation
- Mobile Learning
- Performance Support Vs. Learning Experiences
- Go Beyond “eLearning”
My take on this – I’m very happy to read this – coming from an education background, I can see that corporate elearning is catching up with concepts that have been around in educational psychology for a long time – specifically moving away from the behaviourist ‘read and click’ (and forget) to a social model of learning that has been popular in schools and universities for a long time – as well as in educational elearning. Maybe the divide between corporate and education elearning is getting closer – after all the brain learns in the same way whether in education or the workplace.
Take a look at the article – interesting reading: https://elearningindustry.com/top-10-elearning-trends-to-watch-in-2017
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