Remote Learning for Delivering Continuing Education During the PandemicRemote learning is incomplete without a competent learning management platform. SaaS-based cloud platforms are efficient to deliver modern-day learning solutions to learners across organizations for every niche industry. The right LMS can bring positive changes, empower the workforce with the right skills and knowledge, improve productivity, and drive ROI for associations, manufacturing, healthcare, and any other segment. Associations can earn non-dues revenue using built-in eCommerce modules and integrated payment gateways by selling courses and merchandise through the LMS. Let’s see how remote learning helps continuing learning delivery using an LMS.
- Employee Progress and Performance Tracking:
Without appropriate technology tools, it is impossible to accurately measure employee learning outcomes for organizations. With AICC/SCORM/xAPI compliant content authoring tools, tracking and monitoring employees’ progress becomes easier. It can also measure how the learning content is performing by monitoring the most popular courses, least popular courses, courses that are left incomplete, etc. This information feeds reports and analytics for actionable insights in the future.
- Gamification for Interactive Training:
Gamification is a key feature for enhancing learning engagement and offers an interactive platform to learn. A responsive design along with gamification makes learning interactive and interesting while helping learners learn faster and retain the knowledge for longer. Gamification also enables them to earn badges, leaderboards, credits, and certificates while learning with fun.
- Social and Collaborative Learning
Moreover, the platform allows learners to interact with their peers and instructors using social media and collaborative tools. Collaborative tools include text messages, discussion boards, forums, surveys, polls, chats, etc. Learners use these mediums to share professional knowledge and expertise and collaborate on real-time projects within the team to derive solutions faster.
- Learning Data Reporting & Analytics:
Learning data offers insights into your employees’ learning graph, what they love, what they least prefer, how fast they learn, and what they want to learn. The report extracted out of this data feeds analytics and helps you get actionable insights for improving future learning experiences.
- Personalized Learning
AI technology helps a corporate LMS personalize learning for employees depending on their learning behavior and job roles. Learners get suggested learning paths and courses depending on their learning preferences, learning history, and job roles. The learning suggestions are personalized according to the said factors.
- eCommerce for Easy Course Purchase
An LMS with a built-in eCommerce platform enables purchasing of learning materials, courses, merchandise, etc. for learners. They can easily buy courses and training material using credit cards or other online payment methods.