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Bite Size Is the Right Size: How Microlearning Shrinks the Skills Gap

Tuesday, October 28, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Alex Khurgin, Director of Learning, Grovo
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We’re in the midst of a learning crisis. Rapid technological change has led to a skills half-life of just 2.5 years, according to Deloitte. At the same time, the way people consume information, and thus how they learn, has changed as well. Attention is a diminishing resource in the digital age.

To defeat these twin challenges, we learning professionals must lead a revolution. Our secret weapon? Microlearning.

Through case studies, anecdotes, step-by-step instructions, and group discussions, you will learn:

  • what microlearning is, and the science behind its effectiveness
  • how to quickly create engaging microlearning that covers everything a learner needs to know
  • how organizations of various sizes are putting microlearning into practice
  • how to ensure that microlearning is addressing skills gaps in your organization, and driving your development and performance goals.

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Alex Khurgin
Alex Khurgin

Director of Learning, Grovo

Alex Khurgin is the learning expert at Grovo, a cloud-based training platform that identifies digital skills gaps within an organization, and provides development plans to close those gaps with highly engaging, 60-second videos. Alex works closely with the product and content teams at Grovo to help implement Grovo's learner-first training method, which combines elements of holistic learning, competency-based learning, and microlearning to drive quick, meaningful, and lasting performance improvements.


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