Using Commonplace Microtechnologies in Your Microlearning Strategies – Workshop Tip # 260

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(Special thanks to Espen Lund of Tomra for sharing ideas) Have you ever thought of a kitchen spatula as microtechnology? It’s true. Whenever we cook at home, we are using a whole bunch of microtechnologies. These are commonplace tools like…

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How to Search Even Faster Using Microlearning – Workshop Tip #255

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Search engines revolutionized the way we research. By simply hovering on the “search” bar and typing keywords, we instantly get a bevy of information and results. But the questions are: Does this innovation drive more learning? Is searching more important…

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Steps in Creating Content That Helps Learners Achieve Their Goals – Tip #206

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Here’s an initial question to you. How do participants learn in a situation? Let’s find out by comparing certain examples. THE CASE OF ECONOMICS I like this video simply because it is a “shining” example of how you can bore…

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A Dash of Exaggeration Makes Story-Based Lessons More Captivating – Tip #203

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Two coworkers met during break time and shared the interesting things that happened to them so far. One worked through his story in a linear fashion, i.e., from point A to point B. The other started with, “You won’t believe…

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Democratization of Learning Content: Ride the Wave of Learning Revolution with Knowledge-Sharing – Tip #200

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Do you want to learn how to use Instagram Stories? There’s a course for that. How about handling difficult conversations? There’s a course for that, too! Think about something you really want to learn, whether for personal, professional or business growth, and…

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