8 eLearning Trends you need to know about in 2018

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Remember those eLearning courses your grandparents used to rant about when you were growing up? No, you don’t. Because eLearning wasn’t much of a thing back then. In fact, for your grandparents, it probably wasn’t a “thing” at all.But, times are changing. And eLearning? Well, eLearning is offering possibilities of convenience, accessibility, and personalization that training has never seen before. So, with technology becoming more affordable, it’s really no surprise that the eLearning industry is expected to top $240 billion by the year 2023. Or that 77% of U.S. companies offer online professional development opportunities to their employees.But as with all industries, it’s out with the old and in with the new. The year 2018 brings about eLearning trends focused on developing work-life skills like leadership and management, problem-solving, collaboration, adaptability and communication. Skills that are characteristic of a robust workforce ready for a change.

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