Developing Content for a Hybrid Learning Audience

One lingering — and likely permanent — outcome of the global pandemic is a rise in the percentage of remote workers. Even as people have started to return to the office, there will continue to be a larger population of remote workers than before the pandemic.  So large that organizations must consider these workers and perhaps make adjustments to existing procedures, processes and technologies. 

One area where this change has had a huge impact is Learning and Development. The pandemic took us from a world in which in-person, instructor-led training was the king of modalities to one where organizations need a blend of various tools and technologies to reach their learners properly. 

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