403 How to Deliver Bite-sized Learning

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Wednesday, June 8


Lone Star F

Let’s face it: Learning content is getting out of control. Designers and developers can’t find anything and end up reinventing the wheel. This is a symptom of content overload, a condition as organizations try to make content more bite-sized, modular, and mobile to meet the needs of modern learners. Learners are experiencing it, too. As organizations adapt learning strategies, content strategy must follow.

In this session, you will see how a content strategy based on the principles of object-oriented design will empower you to manage bite-sized content. Also, learn how you can use multi-channel/multi-device publishing to produce multiple outputs from the same source content, from classroom training materials to individual learning nuggets for any device. Don’t miss this enlightening how-to session that will change the way you think about learning content.

In this session, you will learn:

  • What bite-sized learning is and is not
  • Why bite-sized learning is important today
  • How to author, publish, and deliver bite-sized learning to many systems of engagement
  • How to measure the effectiveness of bite-sized learning

Novice and intermediate designers, developers, project managers, and directors.

Technology discussed in this session:
Xyleme, a learning content management system.

Monica Kraft

Director, Product Marketing


Monica Kraft, a director of product marketing at Xyleme, has extensive experience in operations, product management, and marketing for cloud-based solution providers in the online retail and learning industries. She started her career in corporate training at Xerox and quickly moved to software product development. Monica was on the forefront of the shift to hosted solutions and held a variety of positions, from website production for customer implementations to product manager for UniteU, ElementK, and Skillsoft. At Xyleme, she is responsible for educating the market on learning content management and building the Xyleme brand. She holds a bachelor’s degree in fine arts, in addition to an MS in software development and management from Rochester Institute of Technology.

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