Automation can contribute to all stages of distance learning and provide efficiency, optimization, and productivity.
Reduce Development Time
Some of the activities in training content can be automated. We can mention the evaluations as an example since an automated LMS can carry them out quickly.
Customize Learning Experiences
Adapting learning to each participant is possible thanks to the automation of e-learning. For example, before starting a course, each employee can make an assessment. Thus, it is possible to modify the course modules and create a learning path according to the level of each participant.
Optimize Participation Levels
When creating a marketing strategy to encourage student engagement, you can create push notifications in the LMS to invite collaborators to sign up. In the same way, it is possible to send reminders about the deadlines for completing the training and thus maintain the student’s motivation.
On the other hand, the platform can be configured to automatically recommend content according to the collaborator’s needs or particular interests.
Configure Notifications And Reports
In addition to the notifications and reminders mentioned above, automation allows you to automate other messages. For example, if the worker fails a specific assessment, the system can automatically recommend a remedial course.
Performance reports can also be automated and sent periodically to each stakeholder. Some can receive them daily and others quarterly, according to the needs of each manager.
Generates An Effective Feedback Mechanism
When a participant gives a wrong answer, the reason for their failure must be known. With e-learning automation, it is possible to clarify their doubts arising from their error and deliver complementary content that can increase their knowledge of the subject.
Develop Relationship Management
The management of student relationships on an LMS platform can be optimized using a CRM. In this way, you can monitor student performance and discover patterns.
For example, suppose one of the collaborators started a course and left it unfinished. In that case, it is possible to identify them with a CRM and send an email encouraging them to continue.
With BPM, it is possible to automate internal workflow and better manage training in a company. For example, with the implementation of online training, it is possible to create a workflow that speeds up the dissemination, registration, and participation of all employees to whom each training is directed. Bear in mind that E-learning is one of the 5 Best Practices for Training Remote Employees.