In business, everything will be a question of balance between standardised and personalised training, in a Blended Learningstrategy.For example, we will limit the MOOCs and their variations (SOOCs, xMOOCs …) – , etc.)—which can be compared to « ‘lectures in a virtual classroom », as Sally Moore summarises that do not promote commitment. Admittedly, they’re perfect when locals lack the means to welcome students, (for example, in developing countries,) or for offering general education modules to the general public but not in business.
So, should the Netflix model be completely ignored in terms of e-Learning ? Sally Moore tempère : « this verdict: ‘Such a model will never meet the challenges of a personalizedpersonalised training. On the other hand, if the reference to Netflix is also a nod to the Hollywood spirit, to evoke formationsconjure up courses that surprise, offer a real discovery, include quality video … then I totally approve! Too many learners are still complaining about boring trainingscourses that do not encourage engagement. So, there is probably somethingsome inspiration to be inspired bytaken from what is happening on Netflix », she concludes.