THE FATAL ERRORS OF BLENDED LEARNING

April 27, 2017

When done well, blended learning can allow people to engage in learning which is fun, makes their everyday working lives easier and gives them the best possible chance to achieve their potential. Sounds great, right? However, only 22% of learning is being delivered through fully blended solutions, and we’re keen to find out why.One of the reasons could be the impact of ineffective blends, which can dramatically reduce the ROI of your learning solutions, resulting in missed KPIs. L&D departments are aware of the risks and are reluctant to implement full blended learning because of it. This whitepaper focuses on some of the fatal errors of blended learning, to help you identify if you’re committing one of them, or to help you avoid falling into these pitfalls when creating a blended learning solution.

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