How to Turn Your eLearning Content into Microlearning

Microlearning is a common term used in business training and education. It refers to a form of learning that delivers information in small segments. Rather than going through a whole chapter or in-depth lecture, learners are given bite-sized pieces of content that contain to what they must know. It boils everything down to allow for fast absorption of information.

Many companies have discovered that microlearning can reduce their training costs and get new hires up and running sooner. The average micro-lesson takes approximately 10 minutes or less to complete, with courses usually including around four lessons.

A full course usually covers around four or five topics while microlearning sticks to one or two training goals.

Shorter sessions make it much easier to fit training into a busy day. Employees won’t have to devote hours to sit in on classes. Instead, they can complete a micro-lesson between tasks or during downtime.

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