There’s no shortage of people who want to learn, as Google has shown us. The internet giant recently found that 70% of millennial YouTube users watched online videos to learn something new or discover more about a personal interest, according to Think With Google. Just a few months later, YouTube reported that this interest prompted Google to invest $20 million in educational content through its Learning Fund program. That’s excellent news for advocates of microlearning, which is made more effective when delivered via a variety of engaging formats.
There are many opportunities to infuse microlearning in the flow of a regular workday or work week, in ways that prioritize continuous education and contextual learning at your organization. Here’s how to tap your learning management system to boost your learning outcomes—and business results—with microlearning.
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