As originally presented at the 2018 Learning Solutions Conference & Expo, in this webinar, Diane Elkins of Artisan E-Learning and E-Learning Uncovered discusses a case study of 30 microlessons built in 30 days.
Many learners want shorter nuggest of content. It can be challenging, however, to fit everything they need to do into five-to seven-minute chunks. In this recorded session, you’ll walk through a case study of 30 microlessons in 30-days and learn how to minimize formal learning, allowing learners a chance to try techniques immediately. Next, put this new knowledge into practice with Diane’s worksheet: “How to Design a Microlesson.” As a group we will discuss the recorded lecture and brainstorm ideas of how microlessons can be used at the university.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to focus your microlearning designs on practice and application
- How to pick a narrow, targeted topic that learners can explore in a short period of time
- How to incorporate teaching points throughout an interaction, rather than use the “teach then quiz” model
Facilitated by: Tracy A. Moore, CAPE Instructional Designer
Presented by: Diane Elkins, Artisan E-Learning and E-Learning Uncovered