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Other trends Business and industry Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges

69% of L&D professionals say that talent is the number one priority in their organizations, and over ¼ are expecting a budget increase in 2017 for L&D programs.

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We surveyed 500 L&D professionals from the U.S. and Canada, who either influence or are decision makers for their companies’ L&D budgets. These survey
respondents are LinkedIn members who were selected based on information in their LinkedIn profile and were contacted via email in October 2016. 

Talent development is the number one priority in organizations

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69% of L&D professionals say that talent is the number one priority in their organizations, and over ¼ are expecting a budget increase in 2017 for L&D programs.

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65% of Linkedin's revenue is from Talent solutions. 

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Mobile learning, Microlearning, Educational video, AR / VR, Social media, Educational Games / Gamification, Other trends Other Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges
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9 Top eLearning Trends of 2017 from 49 Experts

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Online learning, Mobile learning, Other trends Business and industry Usage: Current and Past
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Average percentage of formal learning hours available and used via technology-based methods

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2016
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Online learning, Mobile learning, Other trends Business and industry Usage: Current and Past
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n=310 organizations

Average percentage of formal learning hours available via all delivery methods

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2016
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Other trends, Mobile learning, Online learning K-12 Usage: Current and Past
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More than 521,000 K-12 students, parents, educators, and community members
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More than 521,000 K-12 students, parents, educators, and community members participated in Speak Up 2014

Digital solutions implemented in schools with positive results

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2015
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Other trends K-12 Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges
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685 teachers who are using computers in the classroom. The study was conducted using an on-line survey of Educators in the United States drawn from MCH Teacher data

Stylus-using educators report improvements in outcomes

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Other trends, Educational Games / Gamification, Adaptive technology Higher education Attitudes/Benefits/Challenges

Fifty-six percent of respondents gave adaptive learning technologies one of the top two ratings, and it received significantly higher ratings than the other initiatives (p<.01). On the other hand, digital game-based learning was rated as the least promising (p<.01).

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a select group of higher education administrators and experts, consists of 110 members with diverse backgrounds and perspectives

How Promising is Each Technology for Improving the Quality of Undergraduate Student Learning?

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Fifty-six percent of respondents gave adaptive learning technologies one of the top two ratings, and it received significantly higher ratings than the other initiatives (p<.01). On the other hand, digital game-based learning was rated as the least promising (p<.01).

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The numbers are mean and SD.

1 = “Not at all promising”; 7 = “Extremely promising”

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Performance support / improvement, Knowledge management, Social media, Other trends Business and industry Usage: Current and Past
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n=310 organizations

Percentage of organizations using types of on-the-job learning

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Definition of Job-Shadowing

"Job shadowing is a work experience option where students learn about a job by walking through the work day as a shadow to a competent worker. The job shadowing work experience is a temporary, unpaid exposure to the workplace in an occupational area of interest to the student. Students witness firsthand the work environment, employability and occupational skills in practice, the value of professional training and potential career options. Job shadowing is designed to increase career awareness, help model student behavior through examples and reinforce in the student the link between classroom learning and work requirements. Almost any workplace is a potential job shadowing site."

-- Paris, K., & Mason, S. (1995). Planning and Implementing Youth Apprenticeship and Work-Based Learning. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin, Center on Education and Work.

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