10 things to look for when you’re choosing a learning platform

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There’s a broad selection of learning platforms with a varying range of features, and it can be hard to gauge which ones are right for your organization. We’ve compiled an overview of 10 important things to keep an eye out for when you’re making your choice.




1. AI curated, adaptive learning

With the right solution, the user is provided with curated information, based on their needs and prior results. You can avoid unnecessary repetition and automatically set the optimum level of difficulty and challenge. This reduces the time to competency.

2. Accessibility

Learning platforms that are accessible provide information and learning objects on the same terms for everyone. As of late 2020, there are legal requirements for public service websites with regards to accessibility, and we’re seeing that this will expand to cover other applications over time.

3. Indexing and search

A digital repository can help you store content in a centralized database. Using metadata and semantic technology, you can index your content and learning objects, and make them easy to find.

4. Native app

A native app means that the content is displayed in a customized app on your mobile device, not just a web page. It provides a convenient and user-friendly experience for the user without distractions.

5. Offline content

When network connectivity is limited, like on a commute or when users are in the field, having content available offline allows users to always have access to the correct information. Not just when they’re at their desk.

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