14 September 2017
The learning landscape continues to evolve. In the 1990s, computer based training changed the traditional delivery model. Ever since, technology has pushed L&D groups to develop and deliver materials in new and different ways. Recent technology changes have created a generation of digital natives who are impatient, networked and self-guided. As a result, formal learning is giving way to informal learning as a method of choice. The needs of learners and the content to fill learning needs is ever in flux making it difficult for learning leaders to throw a metaphorical dart and land on one set of content or one approach that will meet the needs of learners. It is still harder to measure the learning that occurs and determine whether it is helping the organization achieve business goals.
In this webinar we will focus on:
- Examining research that explains the pervasive changes occurring in the learning landscape driven primarily by new technology
- Sharing a framework for evaluating informal learning that focuses on defining content, determining the right time to measure learning, and using the right tool for each learning type