The way we learn is expected to change through the incorporation of a variety of digital technologies, to better serve the learner. Digitisation of learning will reduce overheads of content delivery while being able to target specific individuals needs in an efficient manner. Over time, learners will be able to learn when they want, how they want, and what they want.
Sashe Kanapathi, corporate services director of Leaderonomics and Madan Panathula, head of learning solutions with KNOLSKAPE explore what digitisation of learning means and how it benefits individuals and organisations in the area of learning and development.
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