A Bite-Sized Guide to Microlearning

| December 6, 2016

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You have heard the buzz and excitement in the learning industry about microlearning—but how do you put the principles and theories behind microlearning into action?You have heard the buzz and excitement in the learning industry about microlearning—but how do you put the principles and theories behind microlearning into action?This Whitepaper delivers insights into what makes successful microlearning gleaned from Ellen's experience working with varied companies and organizations.

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