Seven Characteristics of Learner-Centered eLearning

Creating learner-centered eLearning means placing your learners at the center of the training experience. This approach has become essential to ensuring engagement and retention of your learning messages and maximizing the post-training impact.

What characterizes learner-centered eLearning?

Traditionally, education involved “push” style information transfer from trainer to learner. However, today we are well into a new era of learner self-empowerment. Learners expect to be able to access information how and when they want it, and that content must be relevant and relatable, and satisfy their needs. In this article, PulseLearning presents seven characteristics of learner-centered eLearning.

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