What’s The Right Way To Implement Blended Learning In Your L&D Program?
Modern teams have certain expectations when it comes to personal growth and company-provided training. Gone are the days when one-size-fits-all modules would suffice and staffers were satisfied with top-down learning initiatives. Today, your employees want to train on their own terms and fully engage with remote peers. This eBook explores all of the essentials to launch a blended collaborative learning strategy that gets results.
The Right Way To Do Blended Learning
Your learners want to train at their own pace and learn from their peers–and now, this eBook is here to show you how.
It’s Time To Rethink Blended Learning
Traditional blended learning involved a mix of face-to-face instruction and online training activities. However, you’ll need more than that to strike a balance. Learners often thrive in social settings because it gives them the opportunity to share stories and learn from one another’s experiences. Unfortunately, the pandemic has forced us to come up with new ways to fulfill this basic human need. Enter collaborative learning. This new blended learning approach allows you to tap into the full potential of peer coaching and support. You can also bridge gaps more rapidly and personalize training paths by utilizing peer-based networks.
About This eBook
Is your current L&D strategy leaving learners underwhelmed? Are you looking for cost-effective ways to facilitate knowledge sharing from afar? 360Learning’s eBook explores the perks of new blended learning and how you can cultivate a collaborative learning culture in your organization. Here’s a quick sneak preview of what you’ll find in this guide:
- The Shift That’s Killing Traditional Blended Learning
- The 3 Advantages Of New Blended Learning
- Top-Down Learning Is Out—And Collaborative Learning Is In
Download the eBook The Right Way To Do Blended Learning for tips to shift your blended learning mindset and make the most of collaborative knowledge sharing. You’ll discover how to create new blended learning strategies that are employee-centered and results-driven, regardless of your industry or staff size.