Online meetings have become newly commonplace in these days of COVID-19. Online learning and development, on the other hand, has been around for years, taking advantage of remote technology as it evolved.
And evolve it has. The latest example of that tech evolution—in this case, delivered by virtual reality headsets—is Mercury XRS, a new cloud-based extended reality (XR) management platform. According to Roundtable Learning, the L&D company that launched Mercury XRS, employers are increasingly seeking new strategies for talent development and are turning to tech to find them, which will be among the many topics covered at next month’s free, virtual HR Technology Conference.