Join us at stand E-110, Hall 1!
Modern workplace learning has evolved. Digital learning solutions now give employees flexible access to training and enable employers to provide engaging and personalised learning experiences. Corporate learning solutions need to meet the needs of a diverse workforce, one which includes workplace returners, such as new parents, and new job market entrants, such as migrants. Digital learning platforms meet these needs through content that adapts to individual abilities and is available to access when and where learners need it.
TeleLearn-Akademie (TLA), an online education specialist in the DACH region, uses D2L’s Brightspace platform in the delivery of its online learning programmes, many of which are tailored for workplace returners and job market entrants. How video contributes to providing a multimedia and individual learning experience will form the basis of a presentation by Olaf Dierker, director of TLA, at upcoming LEARNTEC in Germany (30 January – 1 February).
The session will explore how an improved learning experience comes from individual learning paths that adapt to individuals’ progress and provide access to multimedia content online in half the time.
A Modern Learning Experience
It’s an approach that reflects the shift in enterprises to deliver a modern learning experience, one which:
- Empowers learners – through access to learning content from a range of devices so that employees can progress through their training when and where it suits them, fitting learning into their work and personal commitments.
- Supports video learning – multimedia content engages learners and provides options for content that is quick and easy to consume. For many, video as a medium can explain complex subject matter in a way that makes it easier to understand. For employees who prefer to learn in other ways, the advantage of digital-based learning is that it can support a range of formats.
- Incorporates user-generated content – in their personal lives, employees will be used to creating and sharing their own content. In the corporate environment, companies can still retain control over courses by moderating uploaded content to ensure it fits within the goals and structure of the training. Where user-generated content is suitable, giving employees the chance to gain knowledge from content that has been created by their peers can be a powerful addition to the learning experience.
- Taps into the knowledge within the organisation – in today’s companies, subject matter experts from across organisations get involved in training and, crucially, are a very valuable source of subject knowledge. When a digital learning platform is simple and intuitive to use it supports people from all parts of the company in building courses for the benefit of the wider organisation.
D2L is looking forward to exploring the latest trends in learning digitisation at LEARNTEC and to hearing Olaf Dierker talk about TLA’s digital learning platform experience and provide insight into Video learning for the integration of migrants into the workforce. We hope to see you there!
And don’t forget to drop by D2L’s stand (E110, Hall 1) for more information on how D2L’s modern platform, designed for digital learners, can help your organisation or institution deliver a great learning experience that will boost engagement and productivity.