7 Applications of Microlearning

Deliver learning content in small, bite-sized chunks that take less than five minutes for the user. Microlearning is incredibly popular. From a 30-second How-to video to a knowledge quiz or infographic. But how do you use microlearning to achieve your (organizational) goals? And is there a revenue model? Get inspired and see if and how microlearning fits into your business model. Would you like to know more about Cambodia B2B List  microlearning first? I previously wrote an article about the pros and cons of this form of bite-sized learning . Can be used in knowledge transfer for all target groups and in many forms. Both online and offline, from poster to podcast.


Your starting point

The starting point. Who do you want to Cambodia B2B List reach or who ‘must’ learn something? From one of these departure points, you dive one level deeper. Who is the intended end user? Let’s take Learning & Development (L&D) as an example: a 16-year-old supermarket employee who ‘fills boxes’ as a side job has different learning objectives than the store manager with 20 years of experience. Advice: develop different learning content for different end users. For example, you can distinguish:

educational resources

You then delve into the knowledge Cambodia B2B List  level, background, (working) conditions of each end user. Do not forget to check what is already being offered, internally within your organization and externally, in terms of teaching materials and open . Don’t invent the wheel. If there is already a good tutorial on YouTube, use it.

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