How to adapt your learning platform to suit microlearning

Microlearning is the not-so-new, but increasingly popular learning technique taking educators and employers by storm. As the name implies, microlearning breaks complicated information down into easily digestible modules. These bite-sized information packets are highly targeted lessons that are easier to understand and therefore, easier to retain and remember later.

As a subset of eLearning, microlearning has seen enormous growth in recent years, which has coincided with the rise of smartphones and handheld devices. With the increasingly remote nature of education and work, academic institutions and employers have increasingly turned to online learning platforms to help train employees and teach students. According to Forbes, in 2017, 87 per cent of higher education institutions in Canada and the U.S. reported using some form of eLearning platform. And according to a market analysis by Global Industry Analysts, Inc, 77 per cent of American companies have already used online learning to train their workforce.

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