In this six-lesson course on microlearning best practices, we look at what goes into making good microlessons.
Ed App’s mobile LMS offers you a large versatile library of eLearning templates. Below, even we use some of them to help inform you how to use them!
Lesson 1: Structuring a Microlesson
Lesson 2: Recommended Duration and Frequency of Microlessons
Lesson 3: Structure, Succinctness and Success
Lesson 4: Unique Learning Objectives in Microlessons
Lesson 5: Making Engaging Lessons
Lesson 6: Review Lessons
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With this, we shall endeavour to illustrate how using a mobile LMS can revolutionise corporate training, retail training and education in general. At present, gathering a workforce together in order to perform training can be like herding cats! Using eLearning can mitigate this by allowing employees to train at their desk or elsewhere. However, the latest and greatest eLearning techniques involve embracing mobile learning and a mobile LMS. By leveraging the near-ubiquity of mobile smartphone ownership, you allow workers to learn on their own devices wherever they are – using microlearning-based microlessons. This makes training far more efficient (and comes at far less expense).
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