Major e-learning trends in 2016
As we turn the page on 2015, the e-learning trends for 2016 are already looming large. We’ve already talked about how e-learning modules will increasingly rely on using the Cloud, gamification, m-learning and personalized learning. So what else is there?
Spotlight on 3 e-learning trends your business can’t do without in 2016!
Big data analysis
More than ever, the e-learning trend for 2016 is the analysis of big data. In the context of of e-learning, these data are collected in training through feedback from learners and analysis of their progress through the course. The big data provides insights into their learning processes in order for you to create e-learning that’s more targeted and tailored to their needs. As such, the training can be more effective and in line with company objectives.
Did you know you can integrate your Dokeos LMS into Salesforce? All personal data you collect via your e-learning courses (names, addresses, training provided, scores, etc) are shared directly in your CRM!
Learning about and respect for compliance
Learning about standards is one of the e-learning courses that businesses need most. It’s essential that your employees are aware of all standards in your industry. Failure to comply can have very serious consequences, including financial ones. Since regulations are continuously evolving, offering training about standards via e-learning allows you to easily update content.
Automation of individual training
2016 will shine the spotlight on automated training solutions. These should become an essential aspect in how you create e-learning content. Big data allows you to collect precise information about learners. This data is then sorted and analyzed to provide e-learning content scenarios adapted to the preferences and needs – that is, customized – of each user. Intelligent recommendations that take into account the learning experience appear on screen and redirect the learner to training that’s adapted to their level and objectives.
Other advantages include the time saved on the creation of modules and reduced budgets when compared to traditional processes.