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eLearning Trends 2021

2021 is a year full of challenges and opportunities. By understanding the trends of the year, you will be able to give your organization the edge it deserves.

Most L&D professionals have taken a huge interest in understanding and predicting the eLearning trends of 2021. In this industry, preparing for the next step is vital. When an eLearning initiative is implemented, a huge amount of planning and budgeting is involved, and this is exactly why staying up to date with the latest professional trends is important. However, much caution is needed because there is a huge difference between the trends that everyone copies mindlessly and are just a passing fad and the trends that have actual substance to them.

Explore 5 eLearning trends adopted by high-performing organizations you should be adopting to become an impact maker by eLearning Industry.

In this eBook, CommLab India has done an excellent job identifying the eLearning trends that are important in 2021. By following this guide, you will be able to help your organization on the path toward the completion of your L&D goals.

About The eBook In this eBook, you will find 5 eLearning trends of 2021 that are presented and explained in a thorough and concise manner.

L&D Moving From An Order-Taker To An Impact-Maker The first of the eLearning trends of 2021 is the much more important role L&D is going to play in the things to come. The L&D unit is now becoming an impact-maker that proactively contributes to business results and has a say at the decision-making table. An impact-maker is a strategic business partner that understands the business on a deep level.

High-Impact Continual Learning Our next trend is high-impact continual learning. This chapter explores a variety of training formats at our disposal that can be used to offer learners a blended journey that starts even before training and extends after formal training.

Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) The next trend is VILT. Virtual Instructor-Led Training has been trending for quite a few years now, but now it's more important than ever. VILTs had their rise to fame during the pandemic and their usefulness will only keep growing as they are great for direct human interaction.

4 Rs Of Rapid eLearning Conversion The 4 Rs of rapid eLearning conversion is a mnemonic device for 4 content conversion strategies that will help you convert classroom training material to eLearning, make legacy courses mobile-compatible, minimize the involvement of Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), and more.

Integrating Learning Resources With An LXP The last one of the eLearning trends of 2021 presented here is the integration of learning resources with an LXP. Powered by Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, an LXP makes each learner the architect of their learning journey, builds individual learning paths, and offers truly personalized learning by bringing up learning resources based on preferences, skills to be developed, past choices, and more.

Conclusion The eBook eLearning Trends 2021—A View From The Trenches will be your guide to the trends adopted by high-performing organizations you should be adopting to become an impact-maker. You will learn how to build a brand for your L&D team and transition from taking orders to making an impact by focusing on measurable results, offer continual learning opportunities that translate into on-the-job application and improved performance by building a learning blend, provide learners the human interaction of the classroom minus the logistic headaches by shifting to virtual classrooms, ace every requirement when you are shifting from the classroom to online training by adopting the 4 Rs, and make learners the architects of their learning journey by offering them integrated access to learning resources via an LXP. Download the eBook eLearning Trends 2021 — A View From The Trenches and conquer the challenges of 2021!


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