Since the lockdown that we’ve seen in almost all countries, we hear the word virtual classroom very often. Face-to-face training has become distant. We as trainers need to be good architects to design attractive, robust, and effective systems that fulfill the original mission of developing skills.
Most statistics we read today about post-pandemic learning strategies concur with this statement: companies will keep increasing their virtual class training offering for their employees.
What’s happened so far ? In the previous blog post we have already stated that learning is a lifelong process and a necessity. We also argued for more positive learning experiences to be created.
Today we want to show what learning is in itself and that learning does not stop or “finish” at any time.
In the previous note, you discovered Hal, an example of what a learning companion of the future could be. Today, you are going to decipher five missions related to these future learning companions. Furthermore, you will explore the technological bricks that are already available to carry out these missions. You also test Albert, the Cegos digital tutor, which
HR professionals are under growing pressure to provide training that has a measurable impact on their people, as well as being cost and time effective. No news here, but still a recurring challenge. When digital learning emerged as a viable platform for building skills many years ago, there was much talk about how e-learning would