Totara reported 215% increase in logins since lockdown
The Totara Community, a free online space for learning professionals, has reported a 214% increase in logins since much of the world entered into lockdown.
New Totara Community signups have also increased by 50% since the start of the COVID-19 crisis and subsequent lockdown, showing that learners are flooding to the Totara Community in their droves to access free online learning and to connect with their learning peers.
The data also reveals a staggering 600% increase in site users compared with the same period last year, representing a significant increase in interest in formal and informal learning focused specifically on L&D professionals across sectors.
Rachel Griffith-Boyes, Head of Community Services for the Totara Community, said: “We’re so pleased to feel we’re supporting our users at this difficult time. As a free online community, our whole raison d’être is to provide access to resources, training and spaces to collaborate with others. We know many organisations are moving to remote working, and perhaps transitioning their learning online for the first time. The global pandemic is presenting a raft of new challenges for our colleagues working in learning and development around the world, so to see that those users are coming to the Community for support makes us all very proud.”
As a Totara supplier and eLearning content developer our customer sites have experienced similar surges in traffic and course completions. Also as businesses are impacted by movement restrictions more and more are approaching us to discuss how to take their learning online.
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