The modern learner. Regardless of educational background, these individuals have experienced all sorts of different learning methods to learn new skills for their career.
These are people who are busy, easily distracted, and who want to learn on their terms. They are hungry for information, using multiple devices to communicate, they have priorities, deadlines, and commitments. And most likely, if you are reading this now, the modern learner is you.
And as a modern learner, you know that the professional learning environment is no longer what it used to be.
Any kind of face-to-face (F2F) work or learning opportunities are now at a standstill due to the global pandemic. The move to digital learning is no longer a “nice to have”, but rather an organizational need. However, the traditional approach to pursuing online education has left many organizations and their employees at a loss, with many training teams seeing little to no engagement in their online courses.
Professionals are more and more often left overwhelmed not understanding why the recently modernized strategy, supported by the newest technology, is not returning the expected results.
How can we provide the right learning materials to enable the modern learner to gain the skill set they need to thrive in the new normal?