Converting Lengthy eLearning to Micro Modules? 5 Quick Tips to Show How

| January 5, 2019

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The popular saying, ‘All good things come in small packages’ holds much water when it comes to corporate training as well. I am sure you would agree that today’s learners demand information that is focused, specific, and at their fingertips, instead of being swamped with a lot of content. And to cater to these demands, it’s time your organization considers the validity of your lengthy eLearning courses.This infographic will give you 5 quick tips on how to go about with the conversion of lengthy eLearning courses to micro modules.

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