Answering The Top 6 Microlearning FAQs

Growth Engineering

Before you begin, read these 6 microlearning FAQs to brush up on the microlearning basics. Here are the top microlearning FAQs that every eLearning pro should know: 1. In other words, online learners must be able to get all the information they need to understand the topic.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Adobe Captivate

Adobe Captivate

Pricing and purchasing information. Support information. Subscription information and pricing. Pricing and purchasing information. Support information. Subscription information and pricing. Visit or the online Adobe Store in your respective country for pricing information. Visit the Adobe Store where you can find information about typical software download issues. On this page. Basics. Basic.

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Learning Cafe

Participants FAQs. Here is how you can participate and contribute: Read the UnConference FAQs. Session Facilitators FAQs. This can in the form form of 2 -4 slides or simply reading out information you have collected. We recommend 5 mins for 1&2 (your POV and 10 mins for the 3 & 4 (refer previous FAQ). Informal Learning. What are the design principles of the UnConference ?

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PowerPoint Converter: FAQs and Tutorial

DigitalChalk eLearning

Stay tuned in the coming weeks for additional information on how to import your presentation. The post PowerPoint Converter: FAQs and Tutorial appeared first on. Our newest element is a game changer.

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Impact of informal learning: output learning #LCBQ

Challenge to Learn

The question of the month #LCBQ is: How do you assess whether your informal learning, social learning, continuous learning and performance support initiatives have the desired impact or if they achieve the desired results?

Microlearning Case Study: Just-In-Time Information For Faster Learning

Adobe Captivate

An Informative Microlearning Case Study. While its initial foray was for Performance Support (job aids to support learners at the time of their need), today it is being used to offer both formal and informal training.

Suicide Awareness

Adobe Captivate

If you are outside of Canada please take the time to find the equivalent support system for your community and make sure you have this information on hand for yourself and your colleagues. Blog Design eLearning Access to Education Accessibility Accessibility FAQ blog career Healthcare healthcare industry millennial workforceSo often L&D professionals are expected to be the positive face of the companies we work for.

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Bob Mosher on Informal Learning and Performance Support

Learning Visions

Informal Learning: Are We Missing a HUGE Opportunity? 3 domains: formal, informal, performance support. The classic cognitive chunk of recall 7 +/- 2 tidbits of information.

Accessibly in Adobe Captivate

Adobe Captivate

You’ll notice that the linked overview includes both information about how Captivate meets Accessibility standards, and how to setup / configure accessibility within your projects. 508 Compliance Accessibility Adobe Captivate Blog Closed Captioning Community Discussion Discussions eLearning eLearning Community eLearning this week FAQ Keyboard Accessibility Q&As Tips and Tricks WCAG 2.0

Informal learning from the horse’s mouth

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Every morning, my email is littered with very basic questions about informal learning. I’ve been ranting about informal and computer-supported learning in organizations for twelve years now. 20 minutes later) I just set up the Jaycross FAQ.

What specifically is e-learning good for?

Clive on Learning

As an informal developmental activity, e.g. webinars including presentations and discussions. As tools for sharing best practice, links and information. Last week I attempted to answer the question 'what is e-learning good for?' and came up with a very simple answer: E-learning, in its many and varied forms, is suitable for any learning activity which does not have to be conducted face-to-fac e.

Is e-learning something I can do?

Clive on Learning

Facilitating collaborative online learning More modern, informal learning approaches put the trainer as the ‘guide on the side’ rather than the ‘sage on the stage’. In what will probably be the final post in my series of questions most frequently asked by learning professionals, I tackle the question ‘Is e-learning something I can do?’


E-learning Uncovered

Here you can find information on Australia’s native stingless bees. Read Stingless Bees FAQS for a response to the most common questions about our little friends

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Error message “No companies found in the current user account” in Adobe Captivate Quiz Results Analyzer

Adobe Captivate

For more information, refer the following links: [link]. FAQ Uncategorized internal_server_reprorting internalserverread.php internalserverreporting.php no companies found in current user account Quiz Results AnalyzerPossible causes: Webroot defined incorrectly in web server.

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Informal Learning: An Interview With Jay Cross

The eLearning Coach

A funny thing happened while we were learning informally. In fact, the buzz about informal learning seems to grow every day. Social learning technologies, which often facilitate informal learning, seem to have paved the way for greater interest in this approach.

5 Mobile Learning Trends: How M-LearningIs Changing the Workplace

Origin Learning

So much so, that even in organizations which have not yet adopted mobile learning , employees are using their smartphones to informally pull whatever information they can at the time of immediate need. Informal social learning.

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Tune into your learners needs and deliver on-demand content


They just require the most appropriate information or instruction at the point of need that can then be forgotten and summoned again if required. Think checklists, aide memoires, FAQs, watchouts, how-to videos, top tips, flow charts, decision trees, animations, and infographics. A cry for needing help is not always a cry for learning. Many jobs or tasks don’t require a great deal of ‘capability’ to be learned.

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Tune into your learners needs and deliver on-demand content


They just require the most appropriate information or instruction at the point of need that can then be forgotten and summoned again if required. Think checklists, aide memoires, FAQs, watchouts, how-to videos, top tips, flow charts, decision trees, animations, and infographics. ‘I need help now’ is not a cry for learning (if it ever was). Many jobs or tasks don’t require a great deal of ‘capability’ to be learned.

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Blended Learning is Splendid Learning

Growth Engineering

Social learning functionality lets the learners help each other and it lets the training managers tap into the huge well of informal learning. Live FAQs can put learners in touch with subject matter experts. Any questions they answer will be stored in an open, organic FAQ area.

How to Identify Subject Matter Experts

Growth Engineering

This keeps employees engaged with the training and it also acts as a space for informal learning to flourish. After that, the contributors themselves create informal learning content around it.

Performance Support Tools From Quick Reference Guides To Mobile Apps

Dashe & Thomson

of the business time—the equivalent of one day per working week—is wasted by employees searching for information to do their job effectively. Research demonstrates that a significant portion of information learned is quickly forgotten, especially when participating in formal training programs.

Wikipatterns - A Pattern to Emulate

Tony Karrer

What's great beyond just finding out about Wikis is the beauty of how the information is presented - as patterns. FAQs are a great tool, patterns applied like this is also a good tool Found this via a post on EdTechPost: Wikipatterns It provides patterns for various roles and adoption patterns.

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Moodle Journal

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#TK11 Keynote: Google’s Karen Wickre and Ann Farmer

Learning Visions

Twitter = “an information utility” – mostly use them as a heads up on what’s going on – raising information to a level/surfacing it. Example – organize FAQs for the performance management guide Problem: sorting through long lists of FAQs. Solution: tag each FAQ – link to job roles. These are my live blogged notes from Thursday’s keynote at ASTD TK11 with Karen Wickre (Global Communications Team) and Ann Farmer from Google.

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70:20:10: Drive performance by enacting change in your learning culture


Informal learning combined with formal training can boost employee engagement and retention. Because the 70:20:10 model emphasizes the benefits of informal learning, it’s also a great methodology that encourages better employee engagement with L&D content and programs.

Free PowerPoint Template: Conversation Interaction

Rapid eLearning

This free template could be used as a way to share manager/employee information or perhaps as an FAQ interaction. I mocked up a FAQ interaction on copyright laws. Here’s a free PowerPoint template I built for a recent workshop.

Make Your Software Training Handy with These 10 Job-aids

CommLab India

Want to keep job critical information at the fingertips of your employees? Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), as the name suggests, is a list of questions and their answers, asked quite often on a particular topic.

Choosing the Right Interactivities for Your Online Course

CommLab India

It is advisable to use this interactivity when information need not be accessed in sequence. In this online learning interactivity, when the learner clicks a “spot-like image”, relevant information is revealed. On rolling the mouse over each component, relevant information is displayed.

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Chatbots and Virtual Assistants in L&D: 4 Use Cases to Pilot in 2018

Bottom-Line Performance

Think of it as an easy-to-use FAQ that allows you to make it more and more useful over time. Customize a learning path based on learner’s demographic information. Tech analysts predict that 2018 will be a big year for Artificial Intelligence (AI) in all its forms.

Going Mobile for Enterprise Learning: Trends & Statistics

Origin Learning

As far as the content is concerned, the power of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, lies in their capability to offer the learner short ‘bursts’ of information which are extremely powerful in aiding retention.

How to Replace Top-Down Training with Collaborative Learning (3)

Jay Cross

In its place enters social and informal learning hubs like on-demand content, live online discussions, wikis and forums, and searchable content archives. A diverse learning library, made up of videos, FAQs and links to relevant information. Third post in a series.

6 benefits of social & collaborative learning


Learning is an experience, everything else is just information” Albert Einstein. reveals that informal learning is not only accepted but also recognized as a huge opportunity by enterprises.

Supporting Virtual Learners


One of the easiest ways to do this is to setup a help center where you can include a variety of articles, frequently asked questions, and contact information around the course(s) in your program. Many people believe that the success of an online training program all comes down to the content.

Utilizing Social Learning for Workplace Learning: What Can Learners and Managers Do?


It is an informal platform, which is a huge plus for most learners as they find it easier to speak out and share in an online forum than in an actual classroom. Managers need to inform the learners why they created the community or group. Social media is here to stay.

What is Social Learning (And How to Adopt it)


While, there remains a need for formal training environments to meet specific learning outcomes, but the necessity for organizations to leverage platforms that enable social and informal learning, where learners network, share, collaborate and exchange ideas to solve problems, is paramount.

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Mobile Learning Solutions – Infographic

Upside Learning

Typically, tools are accessed just-in-time (Calculators, glossaries, information queries) as is some content (FAQs, etc) and social-tech enabled applications. Recently, Upside Learning updated its website to reflect the evolution of our brand and services.

How to pair social learning with your LMS for a more engaged workforce


You’ve probably seen the forgetting curve infographic that states most people only recall 10% of information learned within just 72 hours in typical training environments. Here are a few ways to build a culture of constant learning at your organization: FAQs and Forums. Experts can edit Wiki content as necessary to ensure the information is always relevant. Users can pull information at the point of need.