Cast your minds back, if you will, to the recent history of corporate training delivery. In January 2020, only 50% of this training was done online. Fast forward to three months later, and the proportion was 100% due to lock-down caused by a global pandemic.
If online delivery is now the expected benchmark, we need to ask: exactly how good is it? And from whose perspective? What does success look like for the organization and the learner?
We are all in the same (virtual) room.
Jo Cook, a leader in virtual classroom training, and Jane Daly, founder of evidence-based learning and development consultancy, PeopleStar, have recently released their new research report, “Through the lens of research: Amplifying human focus in virtual and hybrid learning.” This report delves into the challenges and opportunities of virtual and hybrid learning, and provides valuable insights and best practice advice for learning professionals. The foreword is written by Donald H. Taylor, Chair of the UK Learning Technologies Conference.