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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?

SuperMemo: Learn Fast And Forget About Forgetting

SuperMemo: Learn Fast And Forget About Forgetting

To remember something you have to repeat information. There are no shortcuts. The problem with repetition, however, is that you never know when to bring certain piece of information again to your mind. So you end up either with repeating the bulk portion of information (e.g. the whole list of new words of another language without distinguishing which one you already remember and which one is still not memorized) or do nothing.

Microlearning Breaks Down Training To Build It Up

Microlearning Breaks Down Training To Build It Up

With employees who are busy with other duties and often on the go, using microlearning by giving learners bite-sized programs frequently fits into their work day more easily than traditional training. However, making microlearning non-linear helps you deconstruct your eLearning content further, so that you can easily personalize it and successfully meet different learner needs.

7 Tips To Beat Short Attention Spans In eLearning

7 Tips To Beat Short Attention Spans In eLearning

Even if learners are excited about their eLearning experience and can see the true potential in learning the subject matter, they may not be able to concentrate on one thing for too long. There are, however, certain ways that eLearning professionals can beat short attention spans when designing eLearning courses in order to increase knowledge retention and steer clear of cognitive overload.

Why Microlearning is HUGE

Why Microlearning Is HUGE And How To Be A Part Of It

Microlearning is a way of teaching and delivering content to learners in small, very specific bursts. The learners are in control of what and when they’re learning.

Why has Microlearning has blown up recently? (Pardon the pun) To answer this question, you have to take a look at who comprises a majority of learners. By 2025, Millennials alone will make up that 75 percent of the workforce. The average attention span of the Millennial generation is 90 seconds.

Awesome Resources on Micro-Learning

17 Awesome Resources on Micro-Learning

We, at Learnnovators, have been fascinated about micro learning or bite-sized learning. We have been doodling about the possibilities this learning technique offers while developing cost effective and powerful mobile performance support solutions. Today, while contemplating on the design for a mobile-based bite-sized learning solution (made up of quick, short instructional videos accompanied by Quick Reference Guides) for one of our clients, we set out on a journey to explore and learn more about this wonderful approach. Read on...

Tracking Microlearning with Tin Can API

Tracking Microlearning with Tin Can API

Learning analytics is one of the holy grails of today’s eLearning industry. It is a part of the Internet mainstream called big-data and Tin Can API or xAPI, as a relativity new technical standard, is introducing this mainstream to online learning. With this article I’ll share some thoughts on how microlearning and Tin Can API might be the key factors of the future learning.