Social media has changed learner expectations. The evidence suggests that short, targeted content can maximize learner engagement and increase business results. But it’s not so easy to change the way you design learning. With disruptive technologies changing the nature of work, you’re facing pressure to produce more results with less – less time, smaller staffs, fewer resources and shorter learner attention spans. While microlearning may be a solution, it takes time and resources to rethink instructional design. Then there’s the challenge of all that existing content. Starting from scratch is just too costly and time-consuming.
Microlearning isn’t just a way to design new learning; it can be a way to revitalize existing content too.
- How microlearning builds engagement and retention in the learner’s brain.
- A step-by-step method for evaluating existing content to determine if it is a good fit for a microlearning approach.
- A design methodology to convert existing legacy designs into effective microlearning modules.
- How to apply the same methodology to develop new microlearning modules.