Ten Types of Micro Learning I have found to be Effective

Micro-learning isn’t a new concept in the training industry any longer; it has proven its benefit to Learners and management alike, and is here to stay. In fact, many of the new tools and technologies being developed for the training industry are now done so with a focus on micro-learning.

While the design and development of micro-learning requires more intensive resourcing (more artifacts to develop, more role specific instructional design, more imaginative use of technology to build learning paths that can be tracked, etc.), the end-results are far more engaging than traditional page turner training.

Here are some micro-learning types I like to design and have had some success with. Have you used similar strategies as well, or perhaps some that are not listed here? I’d love to know!

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