Association Learning Report Interview with Tagoras

According to the “Association Learning + Technology Report” created by Tagoras, “Digital badges are offered by 14.8 percent and, like micro-learning, seem poised for significant growth with a quarter (25.3 percent) of respondents reporting plans to add digital badges in the year ahead. Flipped classes are offered by 13.3 percent of respondents, and gamified learning and MOOCs are currently offered by under a tenth of respondents using technology for learning.”

The statistics stated above are results of an online non-statistical survey, conducted by Tagoras, that evaluates how associations are incorporating formal and informal learning to keep their members up to speed on the latest information in the work place. Jon Aleckson and Andy Hicken, of Web Courseworks, interviewed Celisa Steele, co-founder and managing director of Tagoras. In this interview, Celisa explains how Tagoras predicts the future of learning technology in the association space based on their online survey.

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