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How to MOOC: Bite-Sized Content

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This is because the brain’s working memory capacity is limited – if we don’t apply information immediately to consolidate it into long-term memory, it will disappear to make room for new information. The attention and memory problems are solved in MOOCs by doing away with the long lecture altogether in favor of a brain-friendly method of delivery called “bite-sized learning.” This is actually a good thing – our brains can’t absorb hours of coursework at a time anyway!

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The Lectora 2017 Users Conference promises to be an exciting and engaging event. In a learning module, the outcome is more certain. These are all ways that put a player at risk and can be incorporated into learning modules.

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Sure, there are things that can be done to boost retention – but first and foremost it lies in course design, and approach to creating the course – i.e. mini modules max 5 minutes, non-linear, etc. Not sure why they pitch themselves as a Social LMS, because I didn’t see that. So much to say, but sorry, some have to stay within the brain cells, for the time being. Lectora is coming out with a new mobile next week – but showing tomorrow.