Microlearning in a COVID and Post-COVID World

Even when COVID-19 is a thing of the past (hard to imagine, we know), working remotely will be the norm for a large chunk of the workforce. In their survey of remote work in the U.S., PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) found that a majority of office workers want the option to work remotely. Post COVID-19, 72% of those surveyed said they wanted to work remotely at least two day a week; 32% said they didn’t want to return to the office at all.

 

Regardless of where they are, workers need to keep their skills current and learn new ones. But they need learning that works with their schedules—learning that’s available when the kids are Zooming or napping, or when the Slack channel stops buzzing. They need microlearning.

The ”micro” in microlearning

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