How to Use Microlearning As a Part of The Learning Strategy

Microlearning is all about ‘’Simplified Learning’’. The whole idea behind using microlearning as a part of the organizational learning strategy is usually to have greater reach, cater to all types of learners (interested and uninterested; busy bees; travelers and all generations)and most importantly to make learning stick.

In the last few weeks we have discussed quite a lot about microlearning, including the key reasons that push us towards the need of microlearning, and the elements of successful microlearning course. But, how do you actually use microlearning as a part of the learning strategy?

Popular eLearning providers state that, “learners progress through the learning lifecycle – from readiness to discovery to reinforcement.” This stands true for all organizations. Here are a few ways in which organizations can use microlearning as a part of its learning strategy.

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