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Micro Learning

5 Killer Examples: How To Use Microlearning-Based Training Effectively

5 Killer Examples: How To Use Microlearning-Based Training Effectively

Microlearning is more than a buzz today. It is being increasingly used by many organizations for both formal and informal learning. It appeals to the learners as it consumes less time and is available to them exactly at the time of the learning need (just-in-time). Furthermore, its rich media formats ensure better retention of the learning. Organizations are embracing microlearning as it is cheaper to build, quicker to deploy, and can be updated fairly easily. You can use microlearning nuggets flexibly as stand-alone assets or as multiple micro-courses. Here are 5 great examples of using microlearning-based training effectively.

10 Benefits Of Microlearning-Based Training

10 Benefits Of Microlearning-Based Training

While microlearning is not a new concept, it is suddenly being talked about as the next significant approach to train workforce. Although chunking content into short bytes has existed for a long time, we are seeing an increased focus on microlearning as a fairly significant part of an organization’s overall training delivery. Here are 10 benefits of microlearning-based training.

3 Things Google Can Teach Us About Microlearning

3 Things Google Can Teach Us About Microlearning

Recently my 10-year-old was working on a school project about state capitals, and he began asking questions about Montgomery, the capital of the state where he was born. But we haven’t lived in Alabama for almost a decade, so I couldn’t come up with much more than it being home to the minor league baseball team with the best nickname in all of sports (Go Biscuits!). In the time it took me to fondly reminisce about the yellow baseball hats, my 14-year-old found a wealth of information about Montgomery history and current events. She was, of course, holding her phone, having just completed a Google search for Montgomery, Alabama, and it occurred to me that she had just gone through a microlearning experience.

Is Your Organization Ready To Implement Microlearning?

Is Your Organization Ready To Implement Microlearning?

When it comes to corporate training, has your organization hit a wall? Or worse, is your company training no longer effective with employees? Whether you’re onboarding new employees or introducing new software/programs within a department, it’s important that organizational training techniques are not only up-to-date, but remain effective for every type of learner within your company. Enter microlearning. But is every organization cut out for it?