714 BYOD: Awesome Microlearning: Examples and Tips So You Can Do It, Too!
2:30 PM - 5:00 PM Wednesday, March 27
Extended BYOD (2 Hours)
Microlearning is really hot right now, but that means there is a sea of different definitions and approaches, and few really good examples of microlearning done well. That makes it incredibly difficult for practitioners to glean best practices so they can design and implement microlearning that is really effective.
In this session, you will explore several examples of microlearning that organizations are using right now to improve performance. Through these examples, you will learn nine tips for designing effective microlearning resources of your own, and you’ll leave with new ideas for incorporating microlearning successfully into your organization. At the end, you will also have an opportunity to apply this to your own work. Using a guided activity, you will identify where microlearning would have the greatest value in your organization and how you can capitalize on the nine tips presented in this session. You will leave this session with ideas for designing microlearning resources that are instructionally sound and ready to rock your organization!
In this session, you will learn:
- Nine best practices for designing microlearning that rocks
- Creative ideas for designing your own microlearning resources
- How to identify where microlearning would have the greatest value in your organization
- How you can capitalize on the nine tips for designing awesome microlearning in your own work
Designers and managers
Technology discussed in this session:
Microlearning and gamification
A laptop running Microsoft Word
Bull City Blue
Sue Iannone, CPLP, is vice president and partner of Bull City Blue, an end-to-end learning agency created to address the needs of training and talent development organizations within the life science industry. Sue has 25 years of learning-leadership experience in the commercial pharmaceutical and biotech space. Having worked for small, medium, and large companies in her career, Sue has led the design and development of numerous learning initiatives—including more than 20 product launches. She has also led multiple performance-consulting initiatives designed to increase the effectiveness of the learning organizations in which she served.