HOW IS COVID-19 CHANGING LEARNING?
8 THINGS FENTURI HAVE TAKEN FROM THE NEW FOSWAY REPORT
1. BE AGILE
94% of L&D professionals report having to change their L&D strategy in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Going forward L&D should prioritise digital learning into their long-term strategy, whilst having access to learning designers that can help adapt the learning materials if needed.
2. CONTENT IS KING
Digital learning content has the highest increase in expenditure with 57% of organisations increasing their L&D spend on digital learning content. As digital learning content providers, we are fully aware of the benefits of learning content that truly connects with the learner. At Fenturi, we craft stories alongside impactful visuals and distinctive engagements making sure to bring content to life for the end-user. Quality learning content will create measurable value for organisations.
3. STAKEHOLDERS ARE ON BOARD
4 out of 5 report that demand for digital learning increased from senior stakeholders. This is due to many organisations fast-tracking their digital learning due to COVID-19. For the future, digital learning will continue to be prioritised into the longterm L&D strategy. This is digital learning’s chance to show its true value within organisations.
4. END USERS WANT TO LEARN
71% have experienced an increased demand for digital learning from end users. Organisations expect digital will occupy a much bigger role moving forwards, a great opportunity for digital learning to demonstrate its value to the learner.
5. NEW DIGITAL LEARNING
21% have implemented a new digital learning solution or expanded their number of licenses. Remember that in many cases digital is the only platform you can now use to reach your staff, so consider a range of objectives that will help you get your business back up and running. For example, reboarding staff to the office, new remote working policies and advice, coping with anxiety, and updating classroom training.
6. HIGHEST RATED CONTENT
Video, curated, mobile & microlearning is the highest rated content in providing success in support for organisations throughout the COVID-19 crisis. People want engaging and accessible learning materials. We bring digital learning content to life through video and animation, we take complex learning messages and turn them into clear, concise and impactful videos. If needed these are accessible with mobile and when suited can take a microlearning approach.
7. BETTER BESPOKE
Bespoke digital learning has been outperforming off the shelf content, showing organisations have had to address the specific issues they are facing by commissioning unique content. At Fenturi we only build bespoke content, by putting the learner first we create authentic, personalised and effective digital learning.
8. THE NEW NORMAL
The adoption of digital learning has been accelerated, and will remain a much larger part of organisations plans. Only 5% think their learning strategy and investment will return to how it was before. Digital will never be the only solution, so think about how it can support and integrate with your other channels.
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