Learning programs that are adapted to fit each learner’s needs and knowledge levels are better. That’s stating the obvious. But how can you create these personalized learning programs at scale? Microlearning, bite-sized learning activities that take a few minutes to complete, is the answer. They are modular by nature, easy to design and deploy and, most importantly, can be tied to performance metrics or activities so as to deliver knowledge at the point of need, with immediate impact on business results.
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Karl M. Kapp, EdD, is a scholar, writer, and expert on the convergence of games, learning, and technology. He teaches courses on instructional technology at Bloomsburg University and regularly consults with learning technology companies and Fortune 500 organizations on the use of gamification and microlearning for transferring knowledge to employees. Karl has written several best-selling book including “Microlearning – Short and Sweet” and “The Gamification of Learning and Instruction“. Karl has won awards for his work including ATD Distinguished Contribution to Talent Development Award, 2018 DevLearn Guild Master Award and LinkedIn Top Voices in Education for 2017.