6 Benefits You Should Know About Adaptive Learning In Corporate Training

| October 3, 2018

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The learning industry has seen rapid advances with the introduction of newer modes of training, such as Augmented and Virtual Reality. Furthermore, we have seen a rapid growth of gamification as an important method of imparting training. Despite all these innovations, L&D professionals or learning designers still talk about the issues of learner retention. Very little has changed over the last few decades on how to keep learners motivated for learning. How can we train employees and increase their skill levels effectively? It is imperative for L&D to evolve and use a learning solution that works.L&D managers should desist from using solutions that are appealing yet unproven in their effectiveness. Instead, they should try adaptive learning in corporate training. Adaptive learning is increasingly being used by learning professionals, as it helps organizations provide personalized training to their employees. Before we delve deeper, let’s first understand adaptive learning.

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