Microlearning is a way of teaching and delivering content to learners in small, very specific bursts. The learners are in control of what and when they're learning.

By 2025, Millennials alone will make up that 75 percent of the workforce. The average attention span of the Millennial generation is 90 seconds.




Micro-learning can be understood as a process of subsequent, "short" learning units and activities where learning occurs through interaction with micro-content objects in small time frames.

  • Reduce the complexity of information and structure it into webs and sequences; small, well linked units.
  • Ask learners how, when and where they learn, what they want to learn and redesign as necessary.
  • Build in choice: pace, time, location and use technology to support learner preference to personalize it.

K

What you Know

W

What you Want to Learn

L

What you Learned

D

What you'll Do with what you learned

What Micro-learning looks like

Where and who is using it

Why it's important/useful

How you Micro-learn

How you can use it



Why Microlearning is HUGE

What is Microlearning?


The Microlearning Trend

10 Best Tools for setting up a Microlearning Environment

5 Killer Examples


Examples of Microlearning Design


Resources to help you create a Microlearning Environment:


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Feel free to contact me anytime at:
Amy P. Bell
918-808-6581
amy.bell@tulsatech.edu