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Blended Learning 2015: What does it look like?

Blended Learning 2015: interactive IS services What Does it Look Like? Global Learning Solutions In 2014, through a series of webinars, workshops and a survey, Interactive Services conducted a research campaign to gather qualitative data on what the future of blended learning looks like. This infographic highlights some of the main findings of that research. 2014 in Review Corporate Learning 2013-14: Key Statistics What Was In 2013, the elearning industry was worth $56.2 Billion - this is Over 41.7% of global Fortune 500s are using some form of educational technology to support internal learning and development initiatives - ELeaming Magazine, US spending on corporate training grew by 15% last year to over $70 Billion in the US and over $130 billion worldwide -Bersin, 2014 Trending? set to double in 2015 - Docebo, 2014 Throughout 2014, the learning industry buzzed with hot topics - mobile, social, gamification, MOOC, collaborative, learner-centric- the list goes on. 2013 BYOD and enterprise mobility market was 50% of training hours are being deployed through eLearning, blended learning, More than 70% of organizations cite capabilities-gaps as a top challenge - Bersin, 2014 However, we know that implementing these things in our learning programs is not always straight forward. Culture, resources, budgets and technology all faction into the reality of learning design. $67 billion in 2011 and is expected to grow to $181 billion by 2017; a 15% growth rate - Markets & Markets, online or virtual medium - ELeaming Magazine, 2013 2013 Mobile Social Gamification Collaborative Measure of Success With an annual training spend of $140BN+ in North American alone, why is sol little data available on Corporate Training ROI? Organizations that measure the impact of their training dollars are few and far between. Is this due to lack of resources, or the unwillingness of a business to acknowledge the inefficacy of its current training model? Who cares if training fails? And what is the opportunity for L&D if we can prove that it works? What did our research tell us? Only 28% of organizations measure training against business KPIS. Learner-driven evaluation is the most utilized form of training evaluation. Only 20% of organizations invite external evaluation of training. Control groups are utilized by only 20% of organizations. What Methods Does Your Organization use to Measure 100% Training Performance? П 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% What you said: "We are good at designing training, but not so hot at proving its effectiveness." "Internal teams are shrinking. If I have to choose, I'd rather have a developer than an analyst on my team." "The metric Leadership wants is ROI, but we measure money saved, not impact on P&L" Learning Technologies: What will we see in the 2015 Blend? Mobile Many organizations we spoke to deployed some kind of mobile learning project in 2014.The majority of these projects were tablet based, with only a few use cases involving mobile phones. How successful has tablet earning been versus phone learning? What our data told us. • 75% of people confirmed that tablet based learning had been more successful than phone based learning. Tablet based earning 45% confirmed that Infrastructure and technology is the biggest hurdle to deploying tablet-based learning. Phone based earning 30% believe that evidence of Poor use of budget/time Good use for budget/time business impact was the main hurdle to deploying phone-based learning. What are the key hurdles for mobile deployment? What you said: Tablet based earning "Right now, mobile is only for flagship projects." "We saved a million dollars in printing costs this year by moving two workbook programs to tablet delivery". Phone based earning No issues Cost Time to display Complexity "If you want to get mobile accepted, get a program developed for the exec audience and let it trickle down from there." Technology No evidence of impact Audience prejudice Video Video is recognized as an increasingly important training method. However the way video is produced and digested is changing. The rise of YouTube, Instagram and Vine has legitimized the development and inclusion of user generated video and 'low cost' video. Additionally the increase in mobile and tablet-based learning appears to be linked to an increase in the use of video. What our data told us. Is video a good use of Budget? 90% of Clients consider video to be good value for money. Video Poor use of budget/time Good use for budget/time • Video is perceived by 50% of L&D to perform well and 30% say it's currently underutilized. • 25% of clients said the biggest hurdle to introducing more video is usually cot. What are the main hurdles to implement more video? Video No issues Cost Time to display Complexity What you said: Technology No evidence of impact Audience prejudice How well does video perform? "The financial and expertize barrier to entry is disappearing for video kit." Untested Ineffective Performed Well Underutilised "We still have infrastructure issues. Our video is not reaching as far as we would like." "Traditional broadcast quality is perceived as 'too slick' for our users these days." Gamification Gamification has been a popular choice for corporate training in 2014 as many organizations look for ways to engage learners, increase knowledge retention and improve the rate of talent development. In our research, we discovered that gamification can broadly be separated into 2 main areas: Main Barrier to Entry Traditional learning programs where gamification elements were used A combination of organizational skepticism and expensive development hindered the adoption of gamification. to make the experience more engaging Programs designed to simulate and practice a task, sometimes What you said: SELECT START "It costs too much and takes too long. I need quicker results." repetitively "The exec. population is skeptical, they think gamification trivializes the subject." "It's hard to visualize the end result for the client during the early stage design, they usually default to something less challenging." MOOCS MOOCS (Massive Open Online Courses) are popular and offer great potential at a corporate level. But our research shows that they are still largely experimental at corporate level. What Methods Does Your Organization use to Measure Training Performance? Due to client prejudice, 65% of L&D believe MOOCS would be a poor use of budget in 2015 What our data told мос us. Untested Ineffective Performed Well Underutilised What are the key hurdles to implententing a MOOC? MOOC No issues Cost Time to display Complexity Evidence of business impact- the primary barrier to entry Technology No evidence of impact Audience prejudice 25% of respondents have attempted to implement MOOCS How do clients perceive use of budgets for MOOCS? MOOC Poor use of budget/time Good use of budget/time What you said: 'MOOCS appealed to us because we were going with a 'no money, no people strategy' due to the crisis, but it turned out to be more work than we anticipated! "For CPD it worked well. It's great for structuring a repository. 'If the quality dips then people turn off quite quickly: iS interactive services Global Learning Solutions Interactive Services is an award-winning developer of custom learning solutions for the world's fortune 500s. Happy Sheets ne Surveys Control Groups KPI Link Structured Interviews Management Feedback Compliants Coaching Supervisor Assessment External audit/analysis

Blended Learning 2015: What does it look like?

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Blended Learning 2015 Infographic was designed by Interactive Services based on the results of research carried out in 2014. It highlights survey-driven data from senior learning professionals about t...


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