Once upon a time, you went to school, earned a degree, got a job, worked for a few decades, and then you retired. For today’s workforce, this is a fairytale. Learning is no longer constrained to formal education settings; it’s a lifelong endeavor.
Many organizations have found themselves transitioning to the digital world of learning regardless of whether they were ready or not. However, putting a textbook in a digital format isn’t going to cut it.
On-demand learning has been the buzzword for the past few years. But the Learning and Development (L&D) world is moving on again.
Offering a complete mobile experience to your learners is essential. People spend more time on their mobile phones or tablets than sitting at desktop or laptop computers, and about 20% of millennials don’t use desktop computers at all, choosing mobile devices instead.
You bought a learning management system (LMS) to store all of your association’s educational products.