Contextual learning is a strategy involving presenting information in the right context and in a way that suits the learner to improve on the learning process. It enables the learner to draw from the context of the information he is receiving. For example, offering an Excel tutorial when the person is working on Excel.
It's no secret that the amount of information and content available for free on the Internet is increasing dramatically. And while this free content is now ingrained in our habits, it can sometimes be difficult to find and rationalize it all.
As part of a broader shift in the world of work, many companies are now seriously considering the issue of learning culture. They are recognizing the role it has played in building a more resilient, flexible and forward-looking company.