17 Awesome Resources on Micro Learning


Today, while contemplating on the design for a mobile-based bite-sized learning solution (made up of quick, short instructional videos accompanied by Quick Reference Guides) for one of our clients, we set out on a journey to explore and learn more about this wonderful approach.

Gaming Learning

Clark Quinn

I’ve been thinking about games for the simple reason that I’m keynoting and doing a panel and a session about gaming and learning at NexLearn’s Immersive Learning University conference next week. So when I read this recent article , while generally supportive, I had a problem. The good thing with the article is that it argues that we should be doing more with games to support learning, and I couldn’t agree more.

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Will Thalheimer, Subscription Learning: A Fundamentally Different Form of eLearning #LSCon

Learning Visions

Every year Will reads over 200 articles on learning and learning research. Tools that can support spaced learning: www.cameo.net www.mindsetter.com [link] NexLearn''s Simwriter platform (incudes microlearning objects) [link] (an open source tool) More providers here: [link] Of course, good instructional design still counts in subscription learning.