Hi Carla, thanks for taking the time to…

Hi Carla, thanks for taking the time to provide some very beneficial constructive feedback – it only helps us improve things! It felt challenging to try and incorporate suitable academic articles related to microlearning due to their sheer length but now that you’ve pointed it out, it is really important to strike more of a balance between the types of references (especially removing the sub-par ones). Would you agree that providing learners with the summary or key findings of an academic article would be a form of microlearning?
Also, thank you for point out that question! That Module 2 question should actually be as follows:
What is just-in-time learning?
A. On demand learning taken at one’s own pace.
B. A benefit of microlearning.
C. Both A and B.
D. An interchangeable term to microlearning.
Because you’re right ‘just-in-time learning’ is not interchangeable with microlearning. The actual answer should be C!