8 Things You Should Know About Microlearning

| January 25, 2019

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Technological change demands different ways to make learning work. The information overload (thanks to digitalization) and the distractions (thanks to digitalization) created a different learner. Microlearning is one of the modern learning approaches to overcome these challenges. It appeals to the learners as it consumes less time and can be delivered just in time.

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