Microlearning

What is microlearning? Why has it become popular to chunk up information and deliver bite-sized nuggets of content? What are the benefits of microlearning in workplace training?

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Anne-Ev Enzmann
8 Ways to Engage Your New Hires

By 2025, millennials will comprise more than 75% of the workforce. Thus, attracting and retaining this cohort of talent has become a top priority. To give us a better insight into the millennial market, we recently conducted a focus group asking millennials how they would want to be onboarded and how managers can bring out the best in them.

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Gnowbe
What is Blended Learning?

Blended learning or hybrid learning really took off in the early 2000s with the first generation of web-based learning. It is being used in K-12 and higher education but also in corporate training. Read about what is really is, how it is different and the benefits it offers. 

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Lim Ee One
Asynchronous Learning

What is asynchronous learning? Understand what asynchronous learning is and how the growing demand for asynchronous learning is forcing educators and platform developers to find new ways to drive engagement and course completion.

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Anne-Ev Enzmann
Can tech ever be neutral?

How much responsibility do we have for the products and platforms we create?

It’s time for a tech renaissance. It’s time for us to bring morality, virtues and our humanity back into how we build things to help uplift the human experience. 

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So-Young Kang
5 biggest misconceptions about mobile learning

A WEF Young Global Leader, TEDx speaker and McKinsey alumni, Gnowbe's CEO and Founder So-Young Kang debunks 5 of the most prevalent misconceptions organizations have about micro-learning. Do you struggle with the misconstruction of the concept? Watch the video to find out more!

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So-Young Kang
Reinventing corporate learning to suit the changing workforce

Millennials. With many already in the workplace and more yet to come, are you ready for them? Born between 1980 and 2000, their use of technology and affinity to the digital world sets them apart from previous generations of workers. It is not surprising that they have specific expectations about how technology could and should be used in the workplace.

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Kathy Schmidt