Making Microlearning Work at Work
We all have personal experiences of learning in this way, but how do we apply it to corporate learning?
Microlearning (or nanolearning) – defined as providing learning material in short bursts that anyone can access any time – is being touted as the “next big thing.” We all have personal experiences of learning in this way, but how do we apply it to corporate learning? Does it work for all training, all the time, with all audiences? And how do you ensure any measure of accountability? How do you measure outcomes?
If you want to use microlearning to positively influence your organization’s learning strategy, this program is for you. Participants will leave empowered to capitalize on this new type of education to meet the needs of modern learners.
What People Are Saying
"Truly revolutionary to old-school training." - Workshop participant, Grand Rapids, MI, July, 2016
"I found items that I will use right away." - Workshop participant, Grand Rapids, MI, July, 2016
"Inspiring for design and development." - Workshop participant, Raleigh, NC, Sept, 2016
"Carla was truly a subject matter expert." - Workshop participant, Pensacola, FL, Sept, 2016
Two Hour Workshop
Onsite or Virtual
In this practical program, we look at what microlearning is, why it’s hot now, and some of the research that shows us how to capitalize on snack-sized learning. We also talk briefly about how you can use MILE, the MIcroLEarning Design Model©, and the 3C’s (curate, create, crowdsource) to develop a microlearning program. We also look at a microlearning program designed by the facilitator, and lessons learned for developing your own program.
You’ll come out ready to answer key questions critical to implementing a microlearning strategy in your organization.
Full Day Workshop
In this practical program, we look at what microlearning is, why it’s hot now, and some of the research that shows us how to capitalize on snack-sized learning. We also dive into depth with MILE, the MIcroLEarning Design Model©, to fully understand this multi-step model. The MILE model gives you a roadmap enabling you to create a program structure, gather resources using the 3Cs, implement, promote, and evaluate your programs.
You'll learn how to use the MILE model to determine the best microlearning strategy for your organization’s business needs and how to use it to create outstanding microlearning programs.
We also have an in-depth look at how to use the 3C’s to develop a microlearning program: which strategy is best suited to different learners and situations, and how to use this approach to develop the best quality program with the greatest efficiency. This workshop also provides an in-depth look at how to market a microlearning program to achieve the greatest impact. It also shows you what to do once you have implemented microlearning, including how to measure for effectiveness and keep your program current.
You’ll come out ready to design and develop a microlearning program that addresses the learning needs of all your employees across your entire organization, one that they will not only want to use, but will also share with others.