Learning Principles & Techniques

Learning Styles and Unicorns
By Carla Torgerson Do you believe in unicorns?  It’s a safe bet that you don’t.  After all, unicorns are a myth, and everyone […]
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Barriers to Creating Effective Microlearning
By Carla Torgerson and Sue Iannone As we’ve discussed in previous articles, microlearning techniques can be extremely useful for a range of training […]
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Using Microlearning for Stand-Alone Training
By Carla Torgerson and Sue Iannone In previous blogs, we’ve discussed how microlearning can be used to prepare learners for learning events, and […]
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Using Microlearning for Post-Event Reinforcement and Performance Support
By Carla Torgerson and Sue Iannone In the last installment, we explored how to use microlearning techniques to prepare learners for live training […]
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Using Microlearning as Preparation for Live Learning Events
By Carla Torgerson and Sue Iannone In previous articles, we defined microlearning and we described how long (or short) microlearning materials should be.  […]
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How “Micro” Does Microlearning Need to Be?
By Carla Torgerson and Sue Iannone If microlearning can be any learning and the common thread is its length, then the next natural […]
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What is Microlearning?
By Carla Torgerson and Sue Iannone “Microlearning” is a huge buzz word in learning and development (L&D) these days.  It seems like everyone […]
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Six Tips for Reaching the Life Sciences “Modern Learner”
By Sue Iannone You’ve heard about the “Modern Learner” before.  It’s a hot topic in the learning and development (L&D) space today.  Who […]
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Is Interactivity Always Best?
By Nathan Pienkowski It’s almost a given these days that learning programs need to be interactive.  Instructional designers are constantly looking for ways […]
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Behavioral Objectives vs. Learning Objectives
By Sue Iannone For any learning and development (L&D) program, training managers and directors will create learning objectives.  These objectives articulate the discreet […]
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Are “Modern Learners” Really That Different?
By Nathan Pienkowski In recent years, a lot of ink has been spilled regarding the idea of the “Modern Learner.”  In this article, […]
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Dealing with the Limits on Human Perception, Attention, & Cognition, Part Two
Part Two of a Two-Part Series By Nathan Pienkowski In Part I of this series, we discussed the fact that we humans have […]
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