- The Myth of "Micro-Learning" | Bottom-Line Performance – Finally, a voice of reason in all the micro-learning hysteria. I believe it is really only suitable to what we used to refer as "electronic performance support systems" – basically to help you perform a specific task. Many (most) things cannot be effectively taught in micro-doses.
From the article: "The concern I have is that we make an assumption that we can and should winnow down all learning initiatives to fit into this 4.8 minutes per day or 24 minutes per week."
- Why Organizations Don’t Learn | Internet Time Blog – Another insightful post from Jay Cross. The reference HBR article is good stuff too!
Archive for January, 2017
- How to Convince Someone When Facts Fail – One of the course I teach is Presentation Skills. Given our new "post-truth" society, I'm going to be rolling a lot more of these concepts into our methods.
- In Learning, Size Matters – An early entry in the realm of microlearning. Very robust including a mention of "synchronous microlearning – a concept that has rarely been included in the microlearning discussions of late.
- Skills: The last frontier for digital learning –