Using LMS reporting to improve the impact of online learning

Tamara Smith, People & Culture Manager at Moodle HQ

Over the past few years, the importance of workplace learning as a mechanism for attracting and retaining great talent, as well as accomplishing business goals, has become increasingly apparent. As a result, learning & development professionals are more than ever before being charged with the goal of building a culture of learning within their workplaces, with a particular focus on online learning. 

In 2020, L&D professionals worldwide reported a 57% increase in their time spent on developing online learning. Naturally, with this increased investment in time (and money), also comes both the requirement to measure online learning’s overall return on investment, as well as the imperative to continuously improve online learning programs.  Measuring the value that learning brings to organisations becomes even more critical as workforces transition to remote or hybrid work environments. 

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