Big Ways Microlearning Helps Employees

Technology has changed the way we perceive information. Research shows that the average adult’s attention span today is 8 seconds—down from 12 seconds in 2000. Why? Many studies suggest that technology has affected our ability to focus, resulting in a new preference for multitasking. This unconscious preference explains why we cannot stop multitasking, even during supposed down time: as we watch television, for example, we’re often simultaneously on our phones or our laptops. How can we effectively train when singular focus is so rare? This is where microlearning comes in.

What is microlearning?

This innovative learning strategy allows employers to relay smaller chunks of information that are more digestible and cost-effective. Microlearning allows the learning process to move quicker so that the employees can retain more information.

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