“Fake News” in Microlearning:
Where It Works and Where It Doesn’t Work


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Architect of TrainingMagNetwork.com, Chief Learning Officer of Vignettes Learning
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    Thu, Dec 07, 2017 at 12PM Pacific / 3PM Eastern
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    1 hour
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There is so much buzz around Microlearning, it is almost like “fake news.” It is widespread – just all over the place.This presents a huge risk and danger when Microlearning appears to be an answer to all the problems when it is not. But how does one differentiate Microlearning from other methods? Where does Microlearning work best? When is least effective? What are the telltale signs that Microlearning is misconstrued as a canned solution? When does Microlearning become “snake oil.” Where do you find genuine proof that Microlearning works?

In the webinar you will receive answers to these questions:
  • What is the fundamental difference between Microlearning compared to other learning methods?
  • What yardstick do we use to quickly detect if the problem can really be solved through Microlearning?
  • Where does Microlearning work best or where could it likely fail?
  • What conditions allow Microlearning to flourish?

Attend the webinar and obtain Ray’s tool on “Microlearning Financial Justification.”


About Ray Jimenez, Ph.D.

Ray is the Chief Learning Officer of Vignettes Learning, a consulting, content development, and platform company focusing on how to make content smaller, more engaging and accessible. He is the author of 3-Minute eLearning, Scenario-Based eLearning, and Do-it-Yourself eLearning. He developed and delivers the popular online workshops on “Story-Based eLearning Design”, “Micro-Learning for Disruptive Results”, and “The Masterful Virtual Presenter.” He serves companies like Nestle, NASA, US Air Force, British Petroleum, Phillips 66, Neiman Marcus, Caltech, Edison International, Pacific Gas & Electric, Progressive Insurance, to name a few. He teaches at the University of California, Irvine, and in workshops and conferences for Training Magazine, ATD and eLearning Guild.



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