Microlearning and Microsimulations

Microlearning and microsimulations are two related instructional approaches becoming increasingly popular in the corporate training world. Microlearning is defined as delivering learning materials in short, easily digestible chunks of content that can be accessed anytime or anywhere. This type of delivery provides learners with more control over their learning experience and helps them learn material faster than traditional methods.

Microsimulations, are interactive learning activities that help learners practice and apply their newly learned skills in a risk-free environment. These simulations often involve gaming elements or scenarios to make them more engaging for learners. The combination of microlearning and microsimulations can be especially powerful for corporate training initiatives.

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