We Uncovered 3 Major eLearning Takeaways to Implement This Year

Whether you’re spending New Year’s Day doing penance in the gym or you’re more of a resolutions naysayer, there’s one thing we can all agree on: The New Year is the perfect time to reflect on the previous 365 and apply those insights to the next 12 months. And eLearning is no exception to the rule of using last year’s triumphs (and failures) as a method to make the next year better than ever. Here are some of the key takeaways from 2015 that we’ll be applying to 2016.

Learners Need Time to Reflect

Even eLearning can be a case of too much of a good thing. When learners are fed fact after fact without time to absorb what they’ve seen and heard, the information may not fully make the transition from working memory to long-term memory. Instead, it’s the art of insight–giving learners the time and space they need to form opinions and reflect on the new information–that truly drives the absorption of new data.

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