Why You Need an eLearning Modernisation Strategy

Why You Need an eLearning Modernisation Strategy

If there is one change you would like to make to the functionality of your enterprise, look no further than the implementation of an eLearning  modernisation strategy for the training of your employees.

An eLearning modernisation strategy facilities increased learning in the workplace, as well as boosted engagement and productivity. This may encompass the introduction of microlearning, encompassing the release of new information in short bursts for the maximum absorption and retention of information.

We want nothing less than success for your enterprise which is why we outline the main reasons introducing an eLearning strategy is the way to go.

Gamification

Gamification is a major element of microlearning, whereby gaming elements are incorporated into serious course content. It is pivotal to increasing the engagement and productivity of employees, contributing to the overall success of the company.

Spaced Repetition

Spaced repetition is a strategy utilised to deliver content in strategic intervals for the betterment of knowledge absorption. To put it simply, it strengthens the mental pattern of retained information in the human brain. Spaced repetition is also used in the avoidance of cognitive overload, occurring when fragmented pieces of information inhibit the storage of information into long-term memory.

Anytime, Anywhere

One of the great beauties of microlearning is the ability to progress through training anytime and anywhere. The flexibility provided to employees instantly increases the volume of training progressed through, as well as the overall engagement of learners.

Authoring Tool

A good authoring tool offers a vast library filled with a plethora of ready-made templates for convenience and effectiveness. The design of aesthetic and engaging microlessons is essential for effective employee training, which is made possible by EdApp’s advanced authoring tool. Access to content is made easy with a cloud-delivery system, meaning new and edited content is instantaneously available to learners as lessons are created from a central system.

Support Network

A support network is often established through the development of microlearning as learners have the opportunity to collaborate with peers for a holistic understanding of various concepts. A support network is a great means to show employees that they are valued, facilitating personal and professional growth.

 

If you would like to learn more about how to build the most effective employee training strategy!

If you’d like to know more about how EdApp’s mobile learning platform can help your internal training practices, get in touch at enquiries@edapp.com. You can also try EdApp’s Mobile LMS and authoring tool for free by signing up here.

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