Research Report

Digital Learning Strategy: What's Yours?

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As learners' consumption habits continue to evolve, so too does learning strategy. It wasn't that long ago that a strategy that included e-learning and instructor-led training (ILT) was sufficient.  That's not the case any longer. A truly comprehensive strategy considers digital learning in conjunction with ILT options. Digital learning, of which e-learning is a subset, is defined as using technology to support and fulfill learning objectives outside of a physical space (e.g., classroom, customer site, etc.) and is comprised of both formal and informal learning opportunities. This research article, based on the March 2017 Digital Learning Summit, captures best practices and practical insights regarding this topic. It also provides a list of the more commonly used digital learning options, discusses the usage of social media, badging, and assessment to promote learner engagement, and reviews the monetization of digital offers.

 
 

Authored By:

Maria Manning-Chapman

VP Research, Education Services, TSIA

Publish Date: June 21, 2017

 

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