5 Super Tips for Designing Microlearning Modules

| April 16, 2018

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When you are dealing with short attention spans, and learners who are looking for just-in-time training, the best bet is to invest in microlearning programs. Microlearning refers to learning that’s delivered in the form of short bite-sized nuggets that facilitate information retention and promote training reinforcement. We have compiled a series of infographics that give you more information on microlearning.

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