6 Steps To Design Microlearning Activities That Facilitate Knowledge Retention In Online Training

eLearning professionals and eLearning companies worldwide are constantly looking for effective ways to make learning stick. It is well-proven by now that microlearning facilitates knowledge retention and that’s why modern eLearning courses are designed for short bursts of knowledge. In this article, I’ll present 6 steps to design microlearning activities that boost knowledge retention in your online training program.

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Free eBook: Complete Guide To MicroLearning And Learning Reinforcement

Online training nowadays is not only about conveying knowledge, but also about allowing online learners to retain it easily. BizLibrary designed the free eBook Complete Guide To MicroLearning And Learning Reinforcement intending to present Microlearning best practices that drive knowledge acquisition and retention levels to the top. In this article, I’ll present what BizLibrary’s free eBook has to offer.

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Convert Lengthy Courses To Micro Modules: Why And How

Great things come in small packages and the same holds true in corporate training. Today’s business demands focused, targeted learning, at the point of need. Read this article to know how you can redesign lengthy online courses as effective micro modules that engage your learners.

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Mix And Match Assets Of Microlearning And Learning Styles

Is it a good idea to design microlearning modules to suit a particular learning style and ignore the other learning styles? No; because depending on the content, learners tend to switch from one learning style to another, or simply change their learning styles over time.

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The Key Of Microlearning In The Learning Lifecycle: 3 Stages

Microlearning In The Learning Lifecycle We are in the midst of a technological revolution –a revolution that has impacted every aspect of our lives– an impact that has been felt and noted in the training industry as well. Concurrently, there has been a shift in the way people prefer to learn – one of the […]

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The Benefits Of Microlearning: Win-Win For Employees And Organizations

Microlearning has caught the imagination of organizations and employees alike and with good reason. It provides advantages to both employees and organizations and this has made it a favored option among training managers and eLearning developers.

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Free eBook: Microlearning – How Can You Create Macro Impact With Micro Nuggets

This free eBook Microlearning – How Can You Create Macro Impact With Micro Nuggets provides cues on microlearning basics, its benefits, and how you can use it for your varied corporate training needs. It also outlines how microlearning based training impacts your ROI positively.

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Microlearning For Corporate Training – What, Why, And How

Microlearning –knowledge in short, focused nuggets– is ideal to deal with training challenges caused by employees’ dwindling attention spans. Micro modules ensure better knowledge retention and application. Read this article to know what microlearning is and how it facilitates effective training.

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5 Ways To Use Microlearning For Informal Learning

Formal learning programs are synonymous with full-scale eLearning courses, instructor-led trainings, strong Instructional Design strategies and an extensive curriculum, all mapped in a very structured way. However, carefully constructed courses are not the only way learners can acquire skills and knowledge. Research shows that over 80% of employees learn their job from informal learning. Informal learning pulls learners toward knowledge and content,rather than pushing content onto them. As this approach is free from the bounds of classrooms, schedules, and computers, it allows employees to be spontaneous in their learning. So, can we use microlearning for informal learning? 

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