The pandemic created new learning needs, rapidly accelerating the transition to online learning experiences. Now, new behavior patterns have been set, and everyone sees the benefits of eLearning – if it’s done well. Now, businesses, organizations, and higher education are urgently moving in-person, on-ground learning to virtual eLearning. Pandemic or not, eLearning is essential. If you haven’t transformed your learning programs, or you already have an eLearning program but aren’t seeing results, you’re in the right place!
The future of learning is scalable and engaging online programs accessible by anyone in the world. Whether you’re looking to upskill your workforce, provide online learning opportunities, or train your customers to use your product, you need a best-in-class eLearning platform.
Ready to create engaging eLearning experiences? Here are 3 easy steps to move on-ground learning online!
1. Find the right PARTNER, not just a vendor
We know that organizations are understaffed, and employees are facing burnout. Don’t increase your employees’ workload by creating an eLearning platform in-house. And definitely don’t postpone training any longer. Instead, partner with an experienced eLearning provider that will deliver the world’s most effective online learning systems for employees, students, and customers.
With a best-in-class partner, you don’t have to do it alone! If you are already using a learning management system (LMS), find a partner that will integrate and provide custom content. According to The HR Tech Workshop report, “67% of L&D professionals say that they use multiple tools for multiple needs, even if there’s some overlap” . Over two-thirds of corporate business leaders believe that ecosystem partnerships are the only way to succeed post-pandemic. A partnership with an industry-leading eLearning provider will result in greater value, revenue, and efficiencies. Talk with an expert that will deliver amazing eLearning systems that make launching effective eLearning easy!
2. Assess your materials and method of delivery
Organizations rushed to make in-person training materials accessible online to provide learning quickly in unprecedented times. During the pandemic, 98% of organizations used virtual learning . Organizations reacted quickly to the pandemic by taking PowerPoints designed for in-person learning and uploading them online. It’s no surprise that engagement and retention plummeted, and organizations did not see the results they expected. As one expert points out, “Face-to-face training and eLearning are different learning modalities. The content may be the same, but the experience does not translate the same way when placed into the online space” .
For eLearning to be successful, it must be relevant and engaging. A best-in-class partner will help you update legacy content, create new custom content, and quickly launch a learning platform in less than 24 hours. With the right partner, you will see retention rates of 98% or more!
3. Launch and scale effectively!
A partner will take interactive on-ground learning and transform it into engaging online learning experiences. 96% of students agree that eLearning creates fun learning environments .
How can you do this? For eLearning to be effective, it must be scalable, easy-to-use, and engaging. As your organization grows and the number of learners you have increases, you need an eLearning platform that will scale with higher demand. A scalable platform that is future-ready will ensure you’re positioned for future success. Don’t waste time anticipating your internal teams can develop an eLearning platform and course material.
Partnerships enable businesses, organizations, higher education, and non-profits to launch in less than 24 hours.
Amesite is not a vendor; we are your PARTNER!
As your partner, you can expect:
We’re transforming online learning experiences for employees, customers, students, and learners. The technology we use enables our platform to be easy-to-use, scalable, and engaging. We deliver outstanding learning experiences – it’s what we do!
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