No course is complete without reference materials. But is it possible to create a quick, affordable microlearning online training library without diminishing the quality of your online training course? In this article, I’ll highlight 7 wallet-friendly ways to develop a bite-sized online training repository.
In a regular classroom, it’s hard to refer in real time. Learners can Google, but it will distract them from the lesson and make them miss something important. This is where the benefits of online training are unparalleled. Reference links can be offered in-text, right within the online training resources. Online learners can pause their lesson, open the reference in a new tab, then resume. Or access vital skill-building tools in the middle of their workday without lowering their productivity levels. But this microlearning online training library has to exist in the first place. What’s the fastest, least expensive way to assemble it?
They say you can get something done fast, cheap, or well. Unfortunately, in the corporate world, you need the skills to manage all three. Use FAQs to create videos, infographics, and presentation decks. Ask junior staff to give a beginner’s perspective on key topics. In addition, restructure existing documents into on-demand reference materials to use what you already have and reduce your L&D budget.
Are you considering turning your webinar into a microlearning online training repository? Read the article Record and Repurpose: 8 Ways To Turn Your Webinar Into A Microlearning Online Training Repository to discover how to record and repurpose your webinar in order to create a versatile “just in time” support tool.
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