We think so.
More than just keeping pace with the new work-from-home culture that many organisations are adopting, a digital learning culture makes good business sense – it’s cost-effective, accessible and scalable.
And it’s not just better for businesses – blended learning is often more effective for employees, too. Did you know that:
According to a survey by Merrill Lynch, more than 75% of learners find convenience, time savings, and lack of distraction as primary benefits of blended and e-learning.
Some of the other benefits that come along with e-learning are learning at your own pace (64%) and being in comfortable surroundings (54%).
Another research report suggests that 72% of learners reported career benefits among learners who complete online courses, and 61% reported educational benefits.
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