Even though much of virtual learning is self-paced and geared for individual consumption, learning leaders can still make it social.
Collaborative and applied learning experiences are advancing integration capabilities within your learning ecosystem. This complimentary Training Industry webinar, sponsored by Intrepid, take a deep dive into this trend.
Some training programs are ineffective because there is a gap between the actual work and the training. Especially in an industry like construction, where safety is of utmost importance, a traditional training approach is bound to have limitations.
Intrepid®, the market-leading collaborative learning platform provider, announced details of the latest enhancements to its platform. The new Intrepid features focus on enhancing the process for designing and delivering collaborative learning experiences.
According to new research, the U.S. workforce is eager to upskill. However, employers are failing to cater to the development needs of their employees, with fewer than half (46%) of employees having received work-based training in the past year.
Online collaborative learning gives employees the chance to interact with each other, learn from each other’s projects, absorb and reflect upon new ideas, ask questions and receive answers from both peers and subject matter experts, and progress.
Why is it so difficult to achieve the same level of engagement in a virtual classroom as it is in person? Most people say, “I can’t see the participants” and, “I don’t know how to use and manage the technology.”
With the explosion of learning technologies, organizations need to create opportunities to reach new generations of leaders with a diverse range of digital needs.
Learning engagement platform 360Learning, where leaders and learners connect and collaborate to create a continuous work and learning environment, announced today it has secured a $41 million Series B investment.
How can we do a better job of helping people gain skills and confidence in using collaboration tools and working as a team virtually, helping to cross this technology competence and virtual teaming chasm? Online learning has crossed the chasm.