even Best Practices to Create Micro-Learning that leads to higher engagement and productivity

| August 31, 2017

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Micro-learning is defined as chunking learning material into short, rather than longer, modules or courses. As the learning industry shifts to a “resources, not courses” approach, we must remember that just because we are creating smaller courses, we are not necessarily delivering valuable content. The key to success here is that the training still needs to be created as part of a comprehensive learning experience.

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