Next Generation Learning @ Work Today Trends in emerging technologies eLearning Network Event Holborn Bars 21 st November 2008 Howard Hills What is currently happening? E-learning 2008 Benchmark Review Trends and current status data (trends based from 2004 & 2006)
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Trends in emerging technologies
eLearning Network Event
Holborn Bars 21st November 2008
It has highlighted how far we have to go.
I am looking forward to receiving the feedback from this survey and being able to benchmark ourselves against others.
We really are learning as we go along.
Survey focuses very heavily on the use of e-learning within your organisation.
I regret the lack of focus within our company on learning and development. This has been a salutary reminder of how much more we could be doing.
We are absolute beginners just dipping our toe in the elearning water!
Mainly from 7 sectors; evenly spread
From single site to multinational
Biased to larger organisations
lead the field
Trends in Learning technologies over past 2 years ( Growth - % of users)
currently in use by over 60% by 40 – 59%
by 20 – 39% by under 20%
Moderated Chat ( +125%)
Chat - not moderated (+98%)
Video on demand (+108%)
Virtual classroom (+53%)
Games & simulations (+133%)
Competency Management (+86%)
Virtual Learning Environment (+60%)
Virtual Worlds (+206%)
All expected to grow by more than 50% from current use.
Actual growth volumes between 10% and 30% of users
Learning technologies to watch over next 2 years ( predicted growth rate%)
In 2008 71% of 191 respondents agree their e-learning spend will increase
In 2006 56% of 113 respondents agree their e-learning spend will increase
In organisations using e-learning, it is likely to be offered to about 60% of the employees,
but taken up by only 30%.
CIPD – April 2008
10% of participants
have e-learning embedded
Still only half are half way
through the journey.
What distinguishes those delivering impact and those not?
Areas of weakness stand out
By business benefit
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