With the coming of the digital age, corporate work forces are becoming a custom to different and new types of learning. ELearning Industry reports 41% of global fortune 500 companies use some sort of educational technology to instruct employees.
Because the average age of the online learner report by Aurion Learning being 34 years old, traditional learning methodologies aren’t successful in knowledge retention. For learning to be effective online it needs to be highly interactive and participant-centered to keep everyone involved and engaged with the content. Information should not be pushed in a continuous stream of PowerPoint slides, but in a collaborative, interactive way that will allow the learners to pull the information they need from the training session and provide their own thoughts simultaneously.