Microlearning in MicroTime and on MicroBudget Creating Impactful Just-In-Time Training
Gone are the days in which learning took place only in a classroom where people would listen to the "sage on the stage" and fall asleep over endless PowerPoint presentations. In today's learning environment, information and skill development is at our fingertips.
As talent development professionals, our role in today's modern learning age is to reach the learner where they are and when they need it, supplying them with the knowledge and information needed to get the job done. Knowing how to plan, create and implement microlearning content are now essential tools for the learning professional. Rapid business change, popularity of mobile devices, availability of apps and advances or shifts in technology are creating favorable environments for microlearning, but how do we create it in the midst of ever-increasing demands on our time and budget?
This workshop will give you the critical information and tools you need to rapidly build effective and sustainable microlearning content.
Here important questions will be answered:
What is micro-learning?
How can microlearning support the adult psychological learning process?
When would a microlearning element be deemed appropriate?
How can microlearning be applied in your organization as a cost-effective and sustainable
What tools do I need to make microlearning happen for the people in my business?
How can I support macro content with microlearning elements?
Presenter: Shannon Tipton
As owner of Learning Rebels, Shannon Tipton knows what it takes for businesses to get real results from their training departments. Having spent over 20 years developing successful learning strategies and infrastructures, Shannon has helped businesses to realize their full potential
Working throughout North America, Europe and Korea, Shannon has demonstrated an unrelenting passion for enabling businesses to achieve applicable business results. Shannon utilizes her extensive real-world expertise and integrates 21st century learning technologies and microlearning tools to drive workplace alignment, enhance collaboration and increase learning connectivity.
Shannon’s book, “Disruptive Learning,” is known in the business industry as an innovative workplace learning strategy resource. As a result, Shannon has spoken across the world to inform learning professionals that learning disruption is the key to future. Shannon has been named as one of eLearning’s Top 100 Movers and Shakers. Her blog, “Learning Rebels” is also in the top 100 eLearning blogs and can be found at learningrebels.com.
Area of Focus and Expertise: Instructional Design & Learning Technologies
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