We might easily assume that microlearning is all about bite-sized learning nuggets, but it certainly more than just short. Microlearning is not only compact, it is crisp and focused, providing just the right amount of information for your employees to perform and achieve specific tasks efficiently.
There are various reasons for microlearning gaining prominence as one of the widely preferred training strategies. To begin with, unlike other forms of training that are lengthy and fail to hold learners’ attention, microlearning allows learners to select and use assets that are most applicable to their current needs on a device they prefer.
This learner-driven form of microlearning boosts engagement, retention, and application on the job. What’s more? Microlearning helps in fostering interest among your time-pressed employees to seek additional learning opportunities, allowing them to achieve specific on-the-job objectives better. However, contrary to the popular perception, microlearning assets are more than just videos and infographics. Wondering what these assets are?
Here‘s an infographic that will tell you about all the leading microlearning assets that you can incorporate in your training strategy to make it learner-worthy.