E-Learning vs. Face-to-Face Training: from the Learner’s Point of View

Source: An online qualitative study conducted for CrossKnowledge. The respondent pool consists of 100 learners, men and women, working in various sectors in 4 markets (France, USA, Germany and UK), with different cultures and levels of maturity. All users of e-learning solutions. This approach allows us to understand directly from the learners their perceptions, experiences, and needs.

As far as learning is concerned, pragmatism rules. Certainly, it’s true that learners in general still have a nuanced point of view regarding learning tools. They do not automatically contrast e-learning with face-to-face options. This is mainly influenced by the quality of content as well as the level of interaction.

Learner profiles that are more autonomous and motivated to learn tend to gravitate more towards digital learning. They are able to manage and even maximize their digital learning experiences better than they would in a classroom setting. But old habits die hard. Many learners, including 70% of our respondents, still consider classic face-to-face learning as an effective format.

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