MicroLearning: Quick Start Guide

We had a great session at Great Ideas in Colorado Springs talking about how microLearning opportunities can be threaded into our education strategy, bridging live and online learning events.

Now that you’re inspired to incorporate microLearning, where do you start?

If your organization is new to microLearning, a great place to start is designing learning extensions. Once you develop process and workflow around that, you’ll be ready to amp it up by taking a global look at your content priorities, channels, calendar, and prospective connections to lay out a map for content deployment.

But let’s say you’re interested in piloting microLearning on a smaller scale first. Here’s how to get started:

Identify a priority topic.

New federal legislation impacting your learner’s practice may be top of mind. Or new medical guidelines. Or new tools to do business better. Or fundamentals for practitioners starting their career. Choose a topic that you envision multiple touch points would benefit the learner and more closely tie that member to you as their content authority on the subject.

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