Just in time, just for me: Learning in the flow of work
What you will learn
When most employees think about learning at work, it is often seen as an activity separate from their job. Organizations need to make sure learning is seen as part of the job — an essential tool for getting the job done right. If the ultimate goal of learning is to enable employees with the skills and knowledge they need to deliver optimum productivity, the tools we use must provide learning opportunities where and when learners work.
- What accessibility means
- Why accessibility matters
- The impact of accessibility
- How accessibility can be implemented
64% of organizations expect people to interact with learning resources weekly, daily or more often in order to do their jobs effectively.
— Brandon Hall Group, The Learner’s Perspective