Aprenia Journey - Predetermined learning paths to achieve a learning goal
Learning path descriptions are becoming increasingly important in digital learning environments. Here you can find out why exactly predefined learning paths make sense and how they create added value for you and your employees!
Knowledge – the most valuable resource
There is something that distinguishes us from other living beings, and that is the ability to acquire complex knowledge in a very short time and to apply it when necessary.
Also, the intelligence to carry knowledge further to create more knowledge has helped make humanity what it is today.
In times of globalization there is even a personal exchange of knowledge between different regions, countries and continents.
Anyone who owns a smartphone with Internet access now has the option of calling up and learning specific knowledge from the mass of information.
This gives everyone the opportunity for creativity, ideas and success.
The world of work also benefits
With the beginning of the fourth industrial revolution, the world has changed step by step until today.
Digitization and globalization are opening up new opportunities for society, the economy and the world of work.
Other people's knowledge can be downloaded with a mouse click and your own knowledge can be uploaded.
The internal processes can be made available to existing and new employees in digital formats.
A lack of or insufficient knowledge, on the other hand, can lead to incorrect decisions, ineffectiveness, wasted time and more.
A lack of integration leads to increased sick days, dissatisfaction, demotivation and ultimately to the failure of corporate goals.
Through conscious integration management, the company focuses on the new employees and accompanies them with strategies and processes through their induction.
The aim is to integrate the company philosophy, get to know your colleagues for the first time and familiarize yourself with the position activities.
If there is already a tried and tested transfer of knowledge, the new employees are provided with the necessary information in an uncomplicated and targeted manner in order to be able to carry out the planned activities as quickly, efficiently and purposefully as possible.
Support the achievement of corporate goals through the use of learning paths!
Hierarchically structured, learning paths are used to access data and information quickly and effectively.
The preparation of such learning paths also noticeably increases the appreciation of newcomers.
In particular, trustworthy preparation and getting to know the company as an institution, including the company philosophy it lives by, helps to overcome the first inhibitions and generate trust.
Just as important as the professional and social networks as well as the transfer of knowledge is the opportunity for personal self-awareness.
Learning paths are also used to assemble information to provide knowledge according to the needs of the situation or users.
Aprenia Journey aka Learning Paths
The LXP U2D Aprenia, the intuitive knowledge management system, now also supports the achievement of the individual learning goal with the help of the journey (aka learning paths).
Unlike a classic learning management system (LMS) (blog link: LXP vs. LMS), the focus is not on hierarchically structured learning (top-down approach), but on the learner!
The main business objective is to improve the learning experience . In order to achieve this strategic goal, the different skills and experiences of learners must be taken into account.
Because people have different ways of learning and different levels of knowledge.
As a result, there are also considerable differences in knowledge within the company, which means that enormous potential is lost.
With U2D Aprenia this can be prevented!
With the journey, learning paths can be created very easily by bundling individual sparks (blog link:
Ein spark jumps over) into a path and specifying them to achieve a learning goal:
For example, the induction of new employees can be facilitated with the help of a journey or a path for acquiring leadership skills can be created.
The journey thus summarizes the distributed knowledge of the employees, which is already accessible to everyone, and thus supports effective learning success.