Technology | The impact and experience of using digital in learning

The impact and experience of using digital in learning
Hemsley Fraser

From dining, to driving, to dating, digital has crept in so swiftly that it has become second nature to many of us. And it doesn’t stop there.

Not content with disrupting our personal lives, digital has also had an impact on professional environments, blurring the lines between ‘work’ and ‘home’.

The impact of technology is not a new phenomenon; it’s something that has in fact been happening for decades, but the speed of change in the digital space is constantly progressing. New technology
has little time to establish itself, before the ‘next big thing’ comes along in its place, presenting both opportunities and challenges for organisational learning.

Our research demonstrated that digital is a top priority at present for HR and L&D professionals and will continue to grow at pace, with 41.35 per cent intending to introduce significantly more digital
learning into their businesses in the next 12 months.

But with some technologies already established and others still finding their feet, which aspects are organisations excited about – and which have failed to have an impact?

We have conducted this research in order to find the answers to these questions. We hope this report will help organisations to benchmark their use of digital in learning with peers and provide some useful insight into how to achieve the greatest impact.

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