7 Reasons To Integrate Microlearning Nuggets Into Your Mobile Learning Strategy

| March 26, 2019

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Microlearning is one of those terms you will have heard or read somewhere in the sphere of L&D. An especially hot topic in a professional increasingly occupied with mobile devices, microlearning is the perfect content accompaniment to adapting learning technologies. Microlearning is a form of eLearning that typically takes anywhere from 2-10 minutes to complete. Often in the form of videos and animations, these bite-size chunks (or nuggets) play to the strengths of modern learners as well as providing a wide range of benefits to mobile learning. Now we have a clearer understanding of what microlearning is, it’s time to look a little deeper into the benefits it presents to learning engagement, and why it should be a vital component of your mobile learning strategy.

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