Engaging Learners: 8 Tips We Gleaned from Content Marketing Experts

by | Nov 11, 2014 | Articles

In the 2014-15 Benchmark Report, Modernising Learning: Delivering Results, we saw that 58% of L&D leaders say that staff are reluctant to engage with online learning, whilst only 38% of them have an ongoing communications plan in place.

So what can we do about this? Here are 8 tips from the content marketing experts that can help us rethink the way that we engage learners:

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