Best practices for using this content effectively to increase engagement, retention, and value
Distractions are status quo in today’s workplace—and they wreak havoc on learning programs, significantly impacting learner engagement and retention. On the surface, microlearning—content served up in short, easily digestible portions—seems like an appealing way to connect with time-pressed learners. But what exactly is it and how does it work? How do you ensure the content you’re investing in will energize your learning program, engage users and facilitate on-the-job application?
In this session, we’ll review research findings on microlearning and explore best practices for using this type of content effectively to increase engagement, retention and value.
August 19, 2016 | Jenna Filipkowski | Human Capital Institute
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