How experiential learning can resolve your learning take-up and retention challenges

A new white paper from Toolwire shows how you use browser-based experiential learning to significantly improve take-up and knowledge retention in areas where it really matters – that is induction and orientation, leadership and management, policies and procedures, compliance and soft skills.

The paper considers how experiential learning can be applied to your real-life learning challenges and explains why it is able to offer real benefits over alternative more traditional solutions. The paper also considers some genuine applications and the effects they are having on learning within the environment.

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One Response to How experiential learning can resolve your learning take-up and retention challenges

  1. Steve Reply

    May 15, 2012 at 1:29 pm

    Good white paper, thank you! In my experience, experiential learning like this costs a bit more than regular elearning up front, but you get the payback with better student understanding and retained knowledge. So knowing when and where to apply it is all important.

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