809 Building a Case for Mobile Micro-learning
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM Thursday, June 26
In today’s fast-moving world it is increasingly difficult for individuals to allocate time to a long-duration learning event. In fact, the amount of time learners can allocate and maintain attention to a single learning event seems to shrink all the time. More and more, learning professionals are expected to deliver solutions that are minimally disruptive to work while still providing the support needed for performance.
In this session you will learn about micro learning, which is emerging as a tool to fragment and reassemble learning. You will explore a mobile micro-learning project case study from the BI Norwegian School of Business, including lessons learned and a demonstration of the platform used. You will discover how micro learning addresses the needs of both the learner and the business. You will explore how micro learning supports the principles of both collaborative and continuous learning.
In this session, you will learn:
- Trends supporting micro learning
- How to conceptualize micro learning through mobile solutions
- How micro learning supports collaborative learning
- Key elements of a mobile micro-learning platform
Novice project managers and managers.
Technology discussed in this session:
mYouTime mobile micro-learning platform.
CTO Mobile Micro Learning
Gunnar Østgaard is the CTO of mobile micro learning for mYouTime and a well-known figure in the Northern European edtech market. He has changed the education market through the mobile micro learning platform mYouTime, which has proved to be hugely successful in both corporate and institutional learning. mYouTime is used in the BI Norwegian School of Management, one of Europe’s leading business schools.