Best Practices in Creating Micro-learning Videos

Micro-learning is the new rage in the Learning and Development and E-learning world. Although the concept is not new, the widespread adoption of smartphones coupled with the rapidly decreasing attention span of learners has led to an increase in demand for short, crisp and just in time learning nuggets. Videos (both animated and with real people) are ideal candidates for this format. They can be easily deployed to multiple devices, are media rich and are known to have higher consumption rate. So, what are the key things to remember while creating a micro-learning video. Here is what I learnt from these excellent examples.

Video 1 & 2: Investopedia and 60 Seconds Adventures in Thought (Learning a concept)Best Practice
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