7 Best Practices While Creating Microlearning Videos for Employee Training [SlideShare]
Microlearning videos are a great way of training employees since they are interactive, are easily accessible, and have better retention! Let’s take a look at 7 best practices to create microlearning videos for employee training.
These days, most people watch microlearning videos without even being aware of it! The cooking videos on Instagram are a perfect example. Every time you see a video advertisement on YouTube or Facebook, you are actually watching an informal microlearning video.
Microlearning is equally popular when it comes to training as well. Microlearning offers bite-sized content for learners, each focusing on a single learning objective. Its increasing popularity is due in part to dwindling attention spans, advancing technology, and the rising incidence of remote workers. Microlearning offers mobile-friendly design and promotes continuous learning. Though it uses different formats such as videos, infographics, PPTs, etc. microlearning videos are especially popular among the millennial workforce.
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But creating a good microlearning video is not as easy as it seems! You need to follow some best practices to create a perfectly balanced microlearning video.
What are these best practices? How do they help? Here are the answers:
Keeping these best practices in mind will help you and your organization leverage the benefits of microlearning to train your employees most effectively.
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