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Three Corporate Learning Management System Trends to Look out for

HR Tech Outlook | Thursday, December 31, 2020

A modern LMS should make it possible to quantify the skills of each employee and should allow the development of a personalized learning path based on the rules.

Fremont, CA: The implementation of the Learning Management System or LMS is crucial to the design and deployment of e-learning in an enterprise. It encourages the workers' skills to be developed so that they can produce higher efficiency and business results. Although conventional methods of learning and growth work wonders, the digital age has allowed for better ones. Advanced learning systems for business learning have been around for some time now.

Here are three corporate learning management system trends:

MicrolearningTop Corporate LMS Solution Companies

Microlearning with bite-sized learning videos or podcasts ranging from 60 seconds to 2 minutes was immensely common in 2017 and continues this year.

Microlearning is the next new learning trend with a focus spanning shorter and learners' preference for video learning content. Recent studies have shown that learners remember more when they learn in bite-sized bits. Instead of attending a day-long training session, students choose to watch brief two to five-minute videos that teach them one or two basic skills at a time.

Personalized Learning

Not every worker has the same learning and development criteria. Personalized learning focuses on identifying a customized learning path for each employee based on their competency and growth areas.

A modern LMS should make it possible to quantify the skills of each employee and should allow the development of a personalized learning path based on the rules.

Mobile Learning

One of the significant improvements in learning behavior over the last year or so is the increased usage of cell phones to access knowledge online. This has contributed to the incorporation of mobile learning or mLearning in the corporate learning strategy, and mobile learning has emerged as a major trend this year.

Mobile LMS enables workers to learn anytime, at any time, by providing a consistent learning experience across all mobile devices. Employees find this more practical when learning materials can be accessed on a mobile device at the time of need. It suits well with the millennial's 'on the go' lifestyle. Offline content help enables learners to access learning content even without the internet and connects their learning progress when they come online next time.

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