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Based on a year of conversations with more than 100 leading thinkers, practitioners, and entrepreneurs, this report explores the state of e-learning and the potential it offers across all sectors of our economy—far beyond the confines of formal education. Whether you’re a leader, worker in the trenches, or just a curious learner, imagine being able to access exactly what you need, when you need it, in a format that’s quick and easy to digest and apply. Much of this is now possible and within the next decade, just-in-time learning will likely become pervasive.

This report aims to inspire you to consider how e-learning could change the way you, your staff, and the people you serve transfer knowledge and adapt over time.

If the report resonates with you, please share it! No matter what you think about the potential (or pitfalls) of e-learning, we hope you will let us know.

Full Report
Ways to Get Started
Executive Summary

Inside Our Year of Learning about E-Learning

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We hope you’ll encourage others to consider the potential of e-learning as an agent for change by sharing this report. Here’s how you can help:

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The Leap of Reason team had conversations with more than 100 thinkers, practitioners, and entrepreneurs to produce a new report that explores the state of e-learning and its potential as an agent for change—far beyond the confines of formal education. By taking into account experiences from across academia, government, and the private sector, the report gets beyond the hype. “Merely putting content online is not enough to improve how we teach and learn,” Mario Morino and his colleague Katie Paris argue. Their report makes the case that e-learning, done right, however, offers the potential to fundamentally change how we transfer knowledge in all aspects of life.


Please contact us if you’d like help with language for your newsletter, blog, or website. Feel free to use any language from the report to promote it or share it with others. We are tracking the distribution of the report, so please let us know if you create a link or help get the word out in other ways. Thank you!