I’ve noticed an uptick lately among L&D people in the usage of the term ‘digital natives’. And in general, if you happen to hang out on Twitter, Instagram or any other social media, you’re bound to hear different age groups lampooning each other using generation-based labels. This is so common, that for instance, saying “OK, Boomer” or “snowflake” is shorthand for a whole essay of criticism spanning social, political, economic, psychological fronts.

We’ve had clients approach us with concern, even anxiety, about what special learning culture modern youth may have and how the youngest in their workforce have unique needs and high expectations from any training they undertake. How should we cater to all this? Microlearning is the popular refuge, along with anything else that seems to go with social media culture or characteristics.

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