6 Killer examples of great microlearning

| March 14, 2019

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Microlearning is sweeping the world of learning and development. Enabled by the rise of the smartphone, the practice of reducing learning into easy-to-digest, information nuggets is proving incredibly popular when it comes to adult learning, company training and retail training. Here are some fantastic implementations of great microlearning. If you need to train multiple staff who maybe permanent or temporary and who may be spread across the globe about a new-or-updated product, getting them into one place for training is impractical while sending out.

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