Microlearning Roundup: Top tips to start small
We know we’ve been talking about microlearning a lot the last few months, and with that much information it can be easy for something to get lost in the shuffle. So to give you all our recent microlearning resources in one place, we created this roundup to help you find the most relevant content for your needs.
This ebook covers microlearning misconceptions, understanding how or if you should use microlearning, where it fits in your curriculum, and steps to build a good microlearning strategy.
Do you understand how microlearning can help you build a training ecosystem? See how each training element is intertwined with application of information to reach mastery more quickly.
Are you ready to use microlearning? Take our 12-question quiz to test your knowledge.
We talk to Jane Hart, founder of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies about how microlearning fits with modern learners, its connection to social media, and the opposition it still faces from some people.
Not every company has the technology to drive personalized recommendations and results for individual learners, but you can use micro assets to build a curriculum that addresses each person’s needs.
This infographic covers why retention is such a problem for learners, and why microlearning will help boost retention.
Need a little inspiration for your next project? Check out a few good examples of microlearning in and out of the training industry.
This infographic, created with TrainingIndustry.com, gives a microlearning overview—from definition to benefits.
This webinar, led by AllenComm CEO Ron Zamir and hosted by TrainingIndustry.com, helps you understand what microlearning is and ways that it can be used effectively along all parts of the learner lifecycle.
Learning experts Karl Kapp and Clark Quinn offer their thoughts on how social media and microlearning can be complementary.
If you’ve decided to try microlearning but aren’t sure where to start, read this blog. We put together a basic checklist to help you get going.
Have you tried microlearning yet? How do you think it will help you?