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Are Instructional Designers Incapable of Micro-Learning Design? - Tip #124

Vignettes Learning

Why is it difficult for instructional designers to think and do micro-learning? I define micro-learning closely to that of Theo Hug's description : Micro-Learning is: Low effort Fast Easy Immediately applicable At the heart of this definition is the focus on what workers and learners actually do in very short, rapid and almost instantaneous basis while trying to fix, change and improve something. The above situation involves a Micro-Action.

LXP: Reimagining Employee Learning Experiences in Corporations

PSB

Hence, it becomes challenging for them to arrange the time for learning throughout their busy schedules. This is where Learning Experience Platform (LXP) comes into play. LXP is a tool which can be used by any company to personalize learning for their workforce, according to the requirements of each employee. It assists them with which course to opt, skills to learn, and domains to explore to advance in their career. Nowadays, learning has become a part of work itself.

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Free L&D webinars for September 2018

Limestone Learning

New learning helps too, and September is full of free webinars that can add to your knowledge stores! The key to learning success in these instances, though, is getting this high-quality material to trainees as quickly as possible. Join gomo’s Managing Director, Mike Alcock, to discover: The many advantages of creating and distributing eLearning in the cloud. How you can create more engaging, fully responsive content in no extra time. Continuous learning.

Reframing 70:20:10, The Anatomy of Workflow Learning

Design 4 Performance

As a designer of 70:20:10 influenced solutions, I’ve found myself increasingly using the concept of ‘workflow learning’ to inspire, explain, and frame my approach. Workflow learning begins and is framed by the dynamic interplay between behaviour and mindset. That’s worth emphasising because, in my opinion, the relationship between experience and reflection is the key driver of learning and change. SOCIAL LEARNING IN THE WORKFLOW.