Due to COVID-19 there's a resurgence of interest in online learning, and many organizations are rushing to launch or expand their e-learning efforts. At the same time, the needs and expectations of today’s learners have drastically changed as they look for a personalized learning experience that is accessible to them any time and anywhere.
For the time being, companies across the country (and the world!) are canceling events, moving colleges online, closing schools, and embracing remote work in response to COVID-19.
To stay safe and healthy in the COVID-19 crisis, we’ve all been staying home as much as possible. Even though an eternal weekend sounds great in theory, the reality can feel lonely and boring.
As today’s professionals compete in an ever-changing digital world, they rely on learning to advance their careers. COVID-19 is challenging the ways learning professionals have relied on traditionally to engage their learners.
For many in the learning field, COVID-19 has thrust us into uncharted territory. We’re doing our best to stay home as much as possible, which in many cases means figuring out how to do our jobs from home. And even if we’re not working from home, we’re grappling with how to engage learners who are suddenly remote.
COVID-19 has many of us staying home as much as we can. Schools, places of worship, bars, and restaurants are closed for now. The CDC recommends we limit in-person gatherings to 10 or fewer people. And companies across the country are moving to a work-from-home policy (whether they feel ready for it or not).