LEO Learning, a market leader in global learning strategy, content, and technology, has released a new ebook detailing its five-stage model for hybrid learning. The ebook covers a range of aspects, from the history and future of hybrid to the design, planning, and logistics of running a hybrid session.
‘The 5-Stage Model for Hybrid Learning: What It Is, How It Works, and Why We Need It’ discusses a range of areas surround hybrid learning and the new model including:
- History of hybrid learning
- Why hybrid learning is both important and inevitable
- The mindset shift needed to adopt hybrid learning
- The five-stage model including technology, design, planning, and delivery
- The future of hybrid in the workplace
The 27-page ebook was written by one of LEO’s hybrid learning experts, Strategic Consulting Lead, Rose Benedicks, who says: “Hybrid learning isn’t new, but it is unfamiliar territory for many organizations. As the working world becomes more hybrid as we prepare to move on from the COVID-19 pandemic, learning needs to adapt too.”
With the move to hybrid learning likely to become a widespread strategy, the ebook sets out a new model for the end-to-end creation, delivery, and revision of hybrid teaching in the modern workplace.
Rose added: “Hybrid learning is all about designing learning experiences that can be shared across physical and digital spaces. While I firmly believe it’s an inevitable development in learning, there’s a mindset shift needed among L&D teams who are ready to start doing it. This ebook is really here to help L&D professionals with that mindset shift and then help them through the process. Like most great learning design, this process is ongoing and the future of hybrid has a lot of exciting potential.”
‘The 5-Stage Model for Hybrid Learning: What It Is, How It Works, and Why We Need It’ is available to download now from LEO Learning’s website.