The latest research by ATD and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) found that self-paced e-learning is thriving in nearly 90 percent of organizations. Talent development leaders and practitioners say they anticipate not only continued growth, but exciting changes for e-learning ahead. They expect e-learning to take on new characteristics: greater levels of personalization, more interactivity, expanded use of videos, and an increased focus on content presented as microlearning. Join ATD and i4cp for this webcast to learn how e-learning is evolving and what best practices are associated with increased e-learning effectiveness, according to ATD and i4cp's latest study of hundreds of organizations. This webcast will also discuss the tools, skills, and strategies e-learning designers and developers need to be prepared for the future of e-learning.