eLearning Is Dead! Long Live Interactive Instructional Simulations!

| February 10, 2019

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The research on trends, and foresight strategies based on those trends, has become one of the most popular tools in predicting the future of any industry. According to Docebo (and Ambient Insight) research on trends in corporate Learning and Development, the demand for eLearning content will fall by 7 % in the next five years, and it will be replaced by simulation and game-based content, respectively: Interactive instructional simulations.

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