When one starts with the content aspects of Microlearning as a focus, trouble brews. Microlearning has nothing to do with learning. It has to do with usefulness. Sadly, the worst thing we have done about Microlearning is calling it “learning.”
The “usefulness” aspect of Microlearning (or should we call it Micro-Actions) is what matters. Focusing on usefulness forces us to change strategies so we aim for the targeted results rather than the methods, tools and the content.
For Microlearning to succeed, it has to be Ready-to-Use and Rich-In-Context. Simply put, there is nothing that should stop the worker from using it instantly.
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