What’s really happening in digital learning in 2019?
The hype surrounding the future of digital learning keeps coming; Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality...but what should L&D professionals be prioritising in their organisations today to ensure future success? New research opened today aims to understand the truth about digital learning, including the critical drivers and trends to watch, who’s really using what technologies today and making sense of the market and managing suppliers.
With over 1,300 respondents worldwide last year, the Digital Learning Realities research, led by Fosway Group, Europe’s #1 HR industry analyst, and Learning Technologies, Europe’s leading workplace learning event, is now in its fourth year.
David Wilson, CEO of Fosway Group said, ‘There is an almost constant stream of predictions about what will be the next big thing in digital learning. Some years it’s a new technology or content type, other years it’s a new learning methodology that is going to transform the future of learning! It can feel overwhelming, so being able to cut through the hype is critical.’
He continues, ‘We know that L&D professionals appreciate and value our independent analysis and annual data showing what people are actually using today – as well as what they’re planning for the future, in order to support the ongoing process of digital transformation and that's what this research is all about.'
Learning Technologies Event Director, Mark Penton, commented ‘There are over 10,000 L&D professionals who are members worldwide within our Learning and Skills group community. And what this joint research with Fosway enables us to do is offer global insight that supports them in making informed decisions around their digital learning. We’re looking forward to seeing what the results of this year’s research brings.'
To take part, complete the survey. Findings will be shared directly with all respondents, with the headlines exclusively unveiled at the Learning Technologies conference and exhibition in London on 13th and 14th February 2019.