Microlearning Trends – How to enhance company training and eLearning

Traditional eLearning-based training courses typically involve workers sitting in front of long, uninspiring computer-based courses and being deluged with information which won’t all be relevant. This is a problem when human short-term memory can only contain three-to-five pieces of new information before it gets pushed out or overwritten. This is why many L&D professionals are turning to microlearning to replace or augment existing training methods: by imparting new information or reinforcing existing information, using topics that have been broken down into easily-digestible, bite-sized chunks, it is far more likely that knowledge will be transferred from short-term to long-term memory. So which microlearning trends can enable this form of better learning?

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