Microlearning is a hot buzzword these days; however, the concept has been around for quite a while. I first came across it in the early 2000s while developing content for a technical certification program. We called it something different at that time, but the concepts remain the same. Since then, the term used to describe a small modular piece of learning content is dependent on what is trendy at the time. My personal favorite came out of a recent discussion with a client about their vision of “bite-sized, snackable” content.
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Mark Pollack is a Solutions Architect at Unicon, Inc., and specializes in content publishing for assessment, simulation, and curriculum. Mark has 16 years of consulting experience in the e-learning industry, with a background in building fantasy sports simulations during the .com boom. His current work is focused on leading high functioning teams in content publishing program operational processes, driving the usage/adoption of industry standards, and continuously learning through asking the question “Why?”