Rethinking the Business of Learning

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Webinar Recording: The Learning Leader's Guide to Workflow Learning

Carla Torgerson and Shantel Smith provide an overview of workflow learning and a plan for implementing it your organization in this one-hour webinar. This session […]

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 […]

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