When I say the word “school” what comes to mind? For most of us, that single word carries a vast body of meaning. You may think of teachers, administrators, curricula, studying, text books – an entire system designed to educate children.
In previous blogs, we’ve discussed how microlearning can be used toprepare learnersfor learning events, and asfollow-upafter learning events. In this article, we’ll consider how microlearning can be used as stand-alone training.
In the last installment, we explored how to use microlearning techniques to prepare learners for live training events. But what about after the event? Can microlearning techniques help learners retain what they learned, as well as perform better in their jobs? Yes, they can. Here’s how.
In previous articles, we defined microlearning and we described how long (or short) microlearning materials should be. Now, it’s time to move into application. We previously defined microlearning as short content that could be used as preparation before a learning event, follow-up to support a learning event, stand-alone training, and performance support. Here, we describe how you can use microlearning techniques to prepare learners for longer form, live training events.
In the Meet the Team series, we'll introduce you to Bull City Learning's instructional design staff. They'll share professional insights, passion projects, and recommendations. This week, we sat down with Callie Carter, one of the lead instructional designers for Bull City Learning's life sciences sister, Bull City Blue.
In the Meet the Team series, we'll introduce you to Bull City Learning's instructional design staff. They'll share professional insights, passion projects, and recommendations. First up, Shantel Smith, Bull City Learning's resident tech enthusiast.
“Microlearning” is a huge buzz word in learning and development (L&D) these days. It seems like everyone is doing it or wants to be doing it. The problem is, people often have a hard time defining just what “it” is. In addition, there’s even less certainty around how to use microlearning to make the most positive difference for your organization.