5 Things Your eLearning Strategy Needs (Beyond a Bigger Course Library)

Publisher: Brainier

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5 Things Your eLearning Strategy Needs (Beyond a Bigger Course Library)

What makes up a great eLearning strategy? There’s no simple blueprint guaranteed to work for every organization; however, in many successful programs, there are recurring themes. The reality of modern learning and development programs is that training needs to be repeatable, scalable, and uphold learning standards. Simultaneously, training programs are often more engaging when they are personalized to the learner. Striking a balance between these two demands is the challenge that many learning professionals face and is a perennial topic of conversation. Crafting an effective eLearning strategy is also a moving target as objectives change. Organizations must constantly change strategies to adapt to new objectives, changes in budgets, and adapt to a changing world. Managing a modern eLearning program includes more than just expanding learning content libraries. In many cases, more isn’t always better. Simply adding additional content doesn’t address the needs of all learners in the organization. In this eBook, we focus on a few ways to examine and refine strategies around learning programs. Topics include: A Purpose-Built Content Library Responding to Workforce Trends Peer-to-Peer Learning Integrated Learning Plans Using Analytics To Inform Strategy