3 Useful tips about adult learning to help with experience design

Before the health crisis of 2020, e-learning had already become the norm in many organizations. However, other types of learning interventions often complimented it. Whether these were workshops, team projects, or team-building exercises, there was almost always some kind of behavioral reinforcement after a training program ended.

Once most employees started working from home, things changed drastically for learning specialists. Not only were they faced with the necessity to design much-needed learning programs really fast, but there was also the question of gaining genuine engagement and making the information stick.

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3 Useful tips about adult learning to help with experience design

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