Posted on Wed, 04/11/2018 - 07:35
Digital fluency is the norm among those entering the workforce today. The use of computers and all varieties of mobile devices are second nature to them. With technology’s touch on nearly everything, it makes sense that many corporations are making a switch to training programs that are digitally based.
When something is new, there are usually two reactions. One is to discount it without understanding the benefits. The other is to wholly embrace it and run with it. With elearning, a more balanced approach may end up having the best results.
Also called, “hybrid learning,” blended learning is a combination of face-to-face instruction and technology-based instruction. It includes various environments including online, mobile, and a physical classroom. There is normally a component of student control over time and place, as well as more formal group instruction.
The advantages of utilizing a blended learning approach are numerous.
While elearning has burst onto the corporate training scene, with many benefits, it seems clear that the most comprehensive learning experience for employees may be a blended approach.
Get in touch with our experts to discuss ways blended learning can improve the way you train within your organization.
By Designing Digitally, Inc.