The Ropes of Microlearning – Pros and Cons

While microlearning has its benefits, like all good things, there are a few drawbacks, and understanding the pros and cons can help you decide if microlearning is right for your organization.

Whether you’re excited to implement a few mini-lessons in your own workplace, or you’re wondering where you went wrong in a lackluster campaign, you should understand that there’s a time and a place for breaking information into smaller bites. Stick to the fundamentals. Remember the disadvantages as you plan a program to decide when and where smaller lessons should be used.

A Trip Down Memory Lane

What began as digital learning using standalone or offline computers in the 1990s – popularly known as Computer Based Training (CBT) – gradually morphed into eLearning. Back then, the term referred to formal internet-driven, macro learning, where people often turned to enroll for degrees and other long-form academic and professional training. 

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