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August 11, 2020 6 min

This is Part 2 of a 5 part series on Microlearning where Jason Kelske answers questions that people regularly ask ConveYour.
In today's episode, Jason answers the question: Why Should You Use Microlearning?

In Part 1 he answered the question:

  • What Is Microlearning?

  • In Parts 3 through 5, he will answer:

  • #3 Where Should Microlearning Be Used (and who uses Microlearning)?
  • #4 What Is the Process for Developing Microlearning?
  • #5 What Should You Look for in a Microlearning Platform?

  • For the deep dive article on this topic, visit https://www.ConveYour.com/microlearning
    On the site, you'll also find our summary video which covers these same questions in less than 10 minutes.

    Or watch the video summary here: What Is Microlearning?

    To learn more about ConveYour, check out our Sample Microlearning Course,

    OR, visit ConveYour.com

    Resources mentioned in today's episode:

    Information is a Commodity
    👆 Stephen Rhyne in ConveYour: On L&D Podcast

    Learning Mechanisms
    👆 Stephan Thoma, ex-CLO of Google

    Content is a Commodity
    👆 Craig Weiss, CEO FindanLMS.com

    Mark as Played

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