Harnessing live online learning

by | Aug 20, 2011 | Articles

In our 2011 benchmark we found that three quarters of organisations are now using some form of live online learning environments but how are they being used and what can we learn from each other’s experiences?

This mini benchmark,  delivered in partnership with REDTRAY (one of our founding ambassadors), was designed to dig deeper into how and why live online learning environments are being used in business and to uncover practical lessons that can be shared with everyone.

Who participated?

This new study collates the thoughts, opinions and intentions of over 180 Learning and Development professionals across the UK.


The 33 page report looks at

  • Adoption trends for virtual meetings, virtual classroom and immersive learning environments
  • Business Drivers
  • Barriers to adoption
  • Business benefits delivered (ideal for those looking to build a business case)
  • Implementation recommendations – how this fits within overall blends and hints and tips from benchmark participants.

The full report is available to download below.

REDTRAY are a founding member of the Towards Maturity Ambassador group supporting the 2011 Towards Maturity Benchmark,

This study was conducted by Towards Maturity in accordance with our confidentiality policy. All responses to the survey are confidential but we will share the email address of those who have downloaded the report from this with our benchmark partner REDTRAY so that you can keep up to date with ongoing news in this area.

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