There’s been a lot of talk about microlearning of late – definitions, calls for clarity, value propositions, etc – and I have to say that I’m afraid some of it is a wee bit facile. Or, at least, conceptually unclear. And I think that’s a problem. This came up again in a recent conversation, and I had a further thought (which of course I have to blog about ;). It’s about how to do microdesign, that is, how to design micro learning. And it’s not trivial.
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