If there is one disadvantage to Adaptive Learning, it’s that there are a lot of new terms to learn in order to understand how the Adaptive Learning process works.
Adaptive Learning technology can be used in any corporate learning scenario. But here’s a snapshot of a few industries who are killing it with adapted technology.
How Much Is Training For All Your Employees Costing You?
Employees want to do training, but don’t always see it as a priority - especially because online training is often boring.
Formative assessment - or teaching by asking questions - sets Adaptive Learning software apart from traditional corporate learning delivery methods.
Industries with a high employee turnover rate - like hospitality, transportation, and retail - must not only onboard a revolving door of employees, they must meet their diverse learning needs as well.
A frequent complaint about traditional learning is that it takes employees away from their jobs. They spend valuable time training when they could be working. Worse, the impact of the training is unknown. But it doesn’t have to be that way. There’s a fix for everything that’s broken about e-learning right now, so that your employees can take impactful training courses or learn new systems anywhere.
The Adaptive Learning model sets itself apart from traditional corporate e-learning because it is able to focus on building and measuring proficiency. Traditional corporate e-learning focuses on “course completion” as the key performance indicator (KPI) - but course completion has nothing to do with mastery of information.
The short answer is: yes. The Adaptive Learning platform benefits your learners and has an impact on your business, because with Adaptive Learning software:
You know that corporate learning is essential to every successful business. But finding the right learning delivery method for your business is difficult, especially with so many options like gamification or microlearning.
Almost every training function in the corporate world has their own learning management system (LMS), either created in-house or by a third party. So if you are looking to change your corporate e-learning platform, one of the major questions you must ask is: how will the new platform integrate with your existing LMS?
One of the most frequently asked questions about Adaptive Learning software is: how do you know it helps people learn? Short answer: research and empirical evidence.