Today, Microlearning based training has become a significant mode for online training delivery and the following stat reaffirms its growth further:
“The global microlearning market size is expected to grow from USD 1.5 billion in 2019 to USD 2.7 billion by 2024.”
However, organizations will continue to have Macrolearning needs too. Given the value each one of them offers, it is important to see when it makes sense to invest in Microlearning and when Macrolearning would be a better fit.
Take a look at this Infographic, where we highlight the key differences between Microlearning and Macrolearning. More specifically, we help you take a call regarding when opting for Microlearning or Macrolearning would make sense.
We hope this Infographic provides a balanced view on the question of Microlearning vs Macrolearning.
Both techniques offer unique values and will continue to co-exist. In the near future, you will see a use of blended Macrolearning and Microlearning techniques that can create higher impact workplace trainings.
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