With the change in business conditions across the globe, adopting to an online-only approach could be the best possible learning experience for learners. While it is not only helpful in tackling the current pandemic, but it will also be resourceful in the long run. Creating an online experience enables learners to embark on their respective interactive journeys that help them to inflate their skills and expand their learning curve.
However, it gets tricky when it comes to deliver high-quality learning for the remote workforce. Training and learning in an online environment happen differently than the traditional classroom setting and possess various challenges in terms of learners’ participation and engagement. Perhaps identifying the challenges that prevent learner success can help quickly face the change of how the learning can be made engaging. Also, finding the best practices can help collaborate the entire process towards organizational success.