4 Ways to create meaningful microlearning in your online course

In the age of speed, internet and accessibility people are very careful about their time. And while learning is something universally deemed useful and bettering, very long sessions will feel prohibitive to a large portion of your audience. This, combined with an ever-decreasing attention span, leads to a growing need for educational material to be short, engaging and, most of all, relevant.

Microlearning might not be what you had in mind when you decided to become an e-learning entrepreneur but it’s something you ought to consider.

Read more: Debunking 5 myths about being an online entrepreneur

It’s like in the case of bakeries – big, intricate wedding and anniversary cakes may be spectacular and bring good money with one sale but there is a lot to be said about packaging individual slices, not to mention cookies and cupcakes.

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