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ASTD 2012 State of the Industry Report: Organizations Continue to Invest in Workplace Learning

Die American Society for Training & Development, „the world’s largest professional association dedicated to the training and development field“, liefert jedes Jahr umfangreiche Daten und Informationen zur Lage von Corporate Learning. Der komplette Report kostet (499,00 Dollar), und ist vor allem für die interessant, die belastbare Zahlen für ein industrieweites Benchmarking suchen. Ansonsten bietet der Report bzw. dieser zusammenfassende Artikel aber auch Hinweise auf Entwicklungen und Trends, vor allem, wo es um den Einsatz neuer Technologien in der Weiterbildung geht. Zum Beispiel:

„Organizations are increasingly implementing the use of technology, and methods such as mobile learning continue to gain in popularity. … After a slight dip in 2010, technology-based methods have rebounded to account for 37.3 percent of formal hours available across all learning methods. …

For the past several years, mobile learning has been a hot topic in the L&D industry. After a slow start, organizations are making progress in offering training via mobile devices. The consolidated group reported 1.4 percent of their training is available on a mobile device compared with 0.4 percent in 2010. With the increasing popularity of mobile devices, this benchmark will be one to closely monitor.“
Laurie Miller, T+D Magazine, 8. November 2012

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