The second edition of the European Digital Learning Benchmark produced by CrossKnowledge and Féfaur makes it possible to review progress made in Digital Learning in major European companies.
It offers a snapshot of progress made since the first edition of the Benchmark in 2011 in a range of areas: benefits expected by companies, contribution of Digital Learning to business, main target audiences affected in corporate settings, fields of application, types of content used, role of Mobile Learning, obstacles to development, and so on. The strategic information it provides will allow companies to “benchmark themselves” – which explains why the “European e-learning Barometer” launched in 2011 was renamed the “Digital Learning Benchmark” in 2015.
Methodology of the European
Digital Learning Benchmark
Jointly produced by CrossKnowledge and Féfaur, this benchmark was carried out between the end of June and the end of October 2015 in seven European countries: France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands. It was developed on the basis of an online questionnaire. Of the 1,000 largest European companies, 114 took part in the survey. 100% of respondents (training and learning development directors and managers) work in companies that have already implemented e-learning solutions. All the results presented in this document are expressed as percentages of responses.