September 23, 2016

Online and in the Office: The State of Technology-Based Learning in the Nonprofit Sector

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NTEN is proud to release its landmark report on technology-based learning in the nonprofit sector. The first report of its kind, it offers a snapshot of how nonprofits are using eLearning to further their missions.

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Some key findings include:

• Although more organizations still offer some form of in-person training, almost 80% of nonprofits have offered some form of technology-based training in the past year.
• Technology-based learning is viewed as more cost-effective than in-person learning, however the perception is that it takes about the same amount of time to develop.
• Among organizations not using technology-based learning, lack of expertise was the most cited reason.
• Nonprofits cite the ability to reach a broader audience as the greatest benefit of technology-based learning and see the greatest need existing within programs and services.

The report was produced in collaboration with Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation.

>> Download Online and in the Office: The State of Technology-Based Learning in the Nonprofit Sector

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Lyndal Cairns
Lyndal Cairns is the Membership & Engagement Director at NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Network.
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