Microlearning is a learner-centric method of instruction that presents material in short, focused bursts (typically anywhere from 2-13 minutes) to achieve a specific learning outcome. By breaking down larger blocks of information into smaller, more easily-digestible portions, microlearning drives deeper engagement and ultimately leads to better knowledge retention.
This article discusses:
- why organizations use microlearning,
- why employees enjoy it,
- key steps for effective microlearning implementation,
- examples of microlearning, and more.