Creating MicroLearning in Record Time with PowerPoint


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Director, BrightCarbon
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Learners don’t always want to sit through a formal training course, or, more usually, simply don’t have the time. Microlearning is a great way to deliver just what people need, when they need it, to maximize effectiveness. But, as a learning professional, how do you create it?
This can be a huge problem, as while the idea of short learning sessions is great, they can end up taking almost as long as a full course to create, as you need high-impact video, or interactive features to explain and reinforce key information quickly. It’s important to be able to create microlearning efficiently, so that you ultimately have the time to serve the needs of all your learners with the full range of topics they need access to.
This session looks at the principles supporting microlearning best practice, like visual, dynamic, and interactive content to make it engaging, taking into account the wide range of devices that people use to access microlearning, including traditional laptops, but also tablets and mobile. Then explore practical techniques to create microlearning content quickly and easily using PowerPoint.

You’ll be amazed at the way you can use this standard tool to deliver visual content, with animation, and high impact media, like audio, voice over, video, screen recording. And, then ways to export it to video or HTML5 for easy distribution, in isolation, or through your LMS. All of which will make your microlearning an effective tool that your learners will be delighted with.

About Richard Goring

Richard is a Director at BrightCarbon, the specialist presentation agency. He has helped to write and create thousands of presentations and coached hundreds of teams to present more effectively using visuals, diagrams, and animated sequences that explain and reinforce the key points. He’s passionate about improving the way that people present and believes that anyone can deliver a great presentation if given the right techniques and a bit of practice.

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