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The Current and Future State of Corporate Learning Modalities

By Staff Report

Jul. 7, 2015

In April 2015, we asked L&D professionals about their success stories and challenges, relating to a variety of learning modalities. We discovered some interesting findings from our 400+ survey respondents, including:

  • Which learning modalities are favored over others.
  • Reasons why certain modalities have not been adopted.
  • Primary use cases for the nine most popular learning modalities.
  • Learning modalities organizations plan to adopt in the future.
  • The measures companies employ when adopting a new learning modality.
  • Which modalities provide the best knowledge transfer, learner engagement, and accessibility.
  • Common learning modality challenges.

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