Bitesize your webinar

Microlearning or MacroLearning for corporte training (1024 × 576 px)
Microlearning and Macrolearning. These are two different ways of delivering training to employees, and there’s a lot of debate about which one is more effective. What is Microlearning? Microlearning is a type of training that delivers information in short, bite-sized chunks. Each module is typically no more than 5-10
In today’s fast-paced world, learners are looking for ways to learn that are efficient and effective. Bite-sized learning and microlearning are two popular approaches that offer a number of benefits. But are bite-sized Learning and microlearning the same? What is Bite-Sized Learning? Bite-sized learning is a method of breaking
working in front of computers
Interactive video-based eLearning for in-house and remote training is certainly the future of learning. If you are wondering how to create a video course, here is a quick guide! Follow this guide to understand how to structure a video learning course, particularly when you are using an online video
Microlearning - it's simple
Microlearning is a powerful tool and a growing trend. Content creators present information in small doses (bite-sized learning), helping users to stay engaged and retain core learnings. Here we will cover the basics and highlight some examples to help you on your way to creating microlearning courses yourself.  What
Microlearning – the new gamechanger in town
Microlearning. What is it, how is it useful, and what are some good examples. Microlearning is the new trend in eLearning. Here we will cover the basics and showcase examples so you’re well on your way to creating microlearning courses yourself.  _________  It’s estimated that by 2025 millennials will
Bite size your learning and webinar
Maybe you have already heard of microlearning – or you have encountered the concept ‘less is more’. Regardless, microlearning is a teaching approach that promotes bite-sized learning sessions that last no longer than 15 minutes. The principle is that this is the appropriate amount of knowledge our brains can
Learning - like the iceberg much is hidden
In Gary Larson’s famous cartoon, a student asks his teacher if he can be excused because his brain is full. It’s funny as a cartoon, but it is not funny from a corporate training standpoint, and it is not funny that the eLearning creation authoring software can complicate things