Rethinking the Business of Learning

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VIDEO: How to Use Chatbots in Training

 

VIDEO: Does microlearning have a seat time?

Learning Styles and Unicorns

Do you believe in unicorns?  It’s a safe bet that you don’t.  After all, unicorns are a myth, and everyone knows it.  But what about […]

VIDEO: How to Design Impactful Microlearning

VIDEO: LMS vs. LXP

VIDEO: Workflow Learning

Barriers to Creating Effective Microlearning

As we’ve discussed in previous articles, microlearning techniques can be extremely useful for a range of training applications.  These include preparing learners for live training […]

Webinar Recording: Demystifying Microlearning for Learning Leaders

Carla Torgerson and Sue Iannone provide a strategic approach to implementing microlearning in a one-hour webinar. This session addresses the following questions:

How the the novice-to-expert continuum should impact your training approach

When I say the word “school” what comes to mind?  For most of us, that single word carries a vast body of meaning.  You may […]

How to Use Microlearning for Standalone Training

In previous blogs, we’ve discussed how microlearning can be used to prepare learners for learning events, and as follow-up after learning events.  In this article, we’ll consider how microlearning […]

Using Microlearning for Post-Event Reinforcement and Performance Support

In the last installment, we explored how to use microlearning techniques to prepare learners for live training events.  But what about after the event?  Can […]

How to Use Microlearning as Preparation for Live Learning Events

In previous articles, we defined microlearning and we described how long (or short) microlearning materials should be. Now, it’s time to move into application. We […]

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