Create Better Strategy and Design Approaches with Microlearning

Over the course of these eight sessions, you will increase your ability to engage learners, hone skills, close knowledge gaps—and boost performance.

DAY 1: February 8

Carla Torgerson

101: What the Heck Is Microlearning?

Carla Torgerson, TorranceLearning

8:30 AM – 9:30 AM PT

What do we mean when we talk about "going micro?" Understanding use cases where microlearning is highly effective and exploring ways you can use microlearning in your own training toolkit will enable you to formulate a definition of microlearning that works for your organization and related performance goals. Learn more.

Robyn A. Defelice

201: Follow These 7 Principles to Design Effective Microlearning

Robyn A. Defelice, Principal

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PT

Look beyond "short training" and learn how to leverage microlearning to engage learners, change behavior, build skills, and drive performance aligned with KPIs and organizational goals. Explore 7 design principles and how to apply them in designing microlearning products; we'll also look at use cases, evaluative methods, and elements of effective campaigns. Learn more.

Vince Han

301: Chatbots: An Innovative Delivery Channel for Microlearning

Vince Han, Mobile Coach

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM PT

Chatbots offer an effective way to consistently reach and engage learners, offering short lessons wherever the learner is. You can personalize chatbots to fit each learner's context and use them within collaboration platforms that learners already use, such as Slack and Microsoft Teams. Learn more.

Phoenix R. Cavalier

401: Augmented Reality: The Future of Learning Is Already Here

Phoenix R. Cavalier, AR4Work and Verus Creative

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PT

Whether paired with larger learning programs as a performance support tool or used alone as part of a microlearning strategy, augmented reality offers consistent value for learner and instructional designers. Learn how and why to use AR to support learners when and where they need it most—on the job! Learn more.

DAY 2: February 9

Markus Bernhardt

501: Explore the Growing Role of AI in Learning and the New Era of Adaptive Learning

Markus Bernhardt, Obrizum Group

8:15 AM – 9:30 AM PT

We're entering a new age of truly adaptable learning at scale. AI is already being deployed for mapping and tagging content in a fully automatic process across content libraries of any size. Learn what else is possible as we explore the scope and capabilities of AI technology in learning. Learn more.

Dan Belhassen

601: Prove the Effectiveness of Your Microlearning Program with Power BI

Dan Belhassen, Neovation Learning Solutions

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PT

Stop struggling to demonstrate the impact of your training efforts! Learn how Power BI, a free tool from Microsoft, empowers you to capture and visualize key data. Easily show the effectiveness of your microlearning program and convince managers and executives that eLearning correlates to improvements in KPIs. Learn more.

Asif Rehmani

701: The Evolution of Microlearning: Contextual Microlearning

Asif Rehmani, VisualSP

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM PT

You know that providing targeted information to employees in micro formats is highly effective. Explore the power of contextual microlearning—bringing information to users at the moment of need, in the context of their own environment, and within the flow of their work. Learn more.

Danielle Wallace

801: Using Marketers' Maneuvers: Micro Focus for Major Impact

Danielle Wallace, Beyond the Sky

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PT

Miro focus on a single message, along with masterful use of learners' emotions, adds up to impactful, effective microlearning. Learn more in this video-focused session. Learn more.

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