Innovations in learning technology are turning heads and broadening ideas of what’s possible. Just like online learning revolutionized workplace training in the early 2000s, new tools are set to reshape the training landscape and offer better approaches.
By understanding a skill abstractly, we can plan, we can reflect on what’s working and we can improve. But to actually do the skill, we must experience that doing, which is why skeptics have always had their doubts about traditional training.
In technology fields, finding enough qualified women to hire and promote is a challenge that the best companies are committed to resolving. Overcoming this challenge starts long before girls choose their college major.
Pitchboy, a virtual reality training company which provides customized training for sales and customer representatives, announced it has closed its round of seed funding.
Simutech Multimedia, the leading provider of simulation training used by over 500 global manufacturing and industrial companies, launches a new 3D simulation-training platform designed to help equip operations and maintenance professionals with skills.
The human element behind today’s economy is being asked to do more than ever. The workplace is more connected and demanding than ever. New technologies like microlearning and mixed reality are helping training professionals prepare workers.