Advantages of Microlearning

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Table of Contents 1 What is Microlearning? 2 Why Use Microlearning? 3 What are the Benefits? 4 Example Use Case 5 When Not to Use Micro

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Gallup estimates the cost of lost productivity just from the actively disengaged employees to be between $ $ $450 and $550 billion a year 1 in the United States. LEARN MORE

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SIX FACTORS THAT DRIVE ENGAGEMENT 2 Let People Be Themselves Stand for More Than Shareholder Value Unleash the Flow of Information Show How the Daily Work Makes Sense Magnify People’s Strengths Have Rules People Can Believe In LEARN MORE

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How Microlearning Helps Microlearning creates engagement by investing in employees and empowering them with information they need to do their jobs. LEARN MORE

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What is Microlearning? Training broken up into short, focused pieces that are only as long as they need to be. LEARN MORE

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Why Use Microlearning? You support employees by giving them interesting, flexible information at their point of need. LEARN MORE

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“ Microlearning enables the restructuring of curriculum in building blocks personalized to learner needs. “ - Ron Zamir, CEO, Allen Communication

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Better Tracking By teaching a specific concept, skill or behavior, you can also more directly track effectiveness of those courses. LEARN MORE

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Increased Productivity Shorter courses mean less time away from work. LEARN MORE

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Improved Retention Courses are easily adapted into reference tools to help employees remember key information. LEARN MORE

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More Affordable $ You can often create great microlearning courses for lower costs than a traditional training curriculum. LEARN MORE

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Added Flexibility By making short, focused courses allow learners to choose what they need and want. Pieces can also be dual-purpose for customer and employee education. LEARN MORE

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How Can You Use Microlearning? 1 Build Personalization 2 Think of each microlearning course as a building block. Each learner has access to the same blocks, but everyone can create what they want by selecting which pieces are most relevant to their needs. LEARN MORE

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When to Not Use Micro? If you need to teach something that depends on more abstract concepts that don’t directly relate to the workplace, you may want to work on something a little longer. LEARN MORE

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Get started on a more engaging, personalized training solution with microlearning! Download the whitepaper to see how microlearning can work for you. DOWNLOAD NOW 1 2

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