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Did Cavemen Use Micro-Learning?

January 4, 2017 Leave a comment

Guess what? They did…and in the absence of technology. The whole thing went down on a Thursday morning when an informal micro-learning moment went social and was delivered synchronously at the Point-of-Work…and…at a critical Moment of Need. Whaaat? They were freaking cavemen for crying out loud. Who woulda thunk it? Read more…

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Mobile Technology: Best Suited for “Push” or “Pull” Learning?

December 13, 2011 3 comments

The original question… “What Kind of Learning Is Best Suited to Mobile Technology? …surfaced yesterday in a networking group and included three different learning contexts:

–         Acquisition of learning
–         Retention of learning
–         Application of learning

The first thing that popped into my head was… “Yeah, all three are a good fit!” Then the consultant in me kicked in and the answer morphed to what we are all trained to give…  “It depends.”

Having all my bases covered, I attempted to clarify…or was that justify… Read more…

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