Hi Chris, I likely should have gone into a bit more detail on the microlearning bit. Microlearning is really as it sounds. It refers to e-learning delivered as small chunks of information, generally broken down into 10-minute modules, focused on one specific concept.
Microlearning is often referred to as mobile learning, m-learning, or “just in time learning” as it’s designed to be consumed on-the-go, accessed by learners as and when needed. You can learn more about microlearning by visiting my A1 assignment at https://etec522m.sites.olt.ubc.ca/2016/06/19/microlearning-why-smaller-delivery-can-equal-bigger-impact-for-learners/