5 Ways To Prevent Information Overload in Microlearning Courses

Microlearning is, or at least should be, the very antidote to information overload. Information overload is a phenomenon which occurs when a person is exposed to too much information or data. This results in difficulty in understanding the subject at hand. As microlearning uses short, crisp and concise content and visuals, and is no longer than 5 minutes in duration, it is utilised to combat information overload by exposing learners to the information in short, concentrated bursts.

An ideal microlearning course would, in fact, combat information overload, however, corporate organizations don’t always create or buy the ideal microlearning courses for the personal and professional development of their employees. If microlearning is failing to combat information overload in your organization, it means it wasn’t properly designed and executed.

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