January 10, 2019
TIME: 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Microlearning: Beyond the Buzz
It’s called learning that is just-in-time, just when and just where it’s needed. It’s called learning that occurs in small chunks.
It’s an L&D industry buzz word — microlearning. But, what is it really? Join Innovative Learning Group Project Manager and Performance Consultant Mike Blahnik to discuss this and more in his presentation — Microlearning: Beyond the Buzz.
In this session, we will:
- Define microlearning — what is it and what is it NOT
- Discuss microlearning design and tips
- Discuss the differences and similarities between microlearning, training, and performance support
5:30 - 5:50 pm Dinner & Networking
5:50 - 6:05 pm Welcome & Introductions
6:05 - 7:15 pm Presentation & Practice
7:15 - 7:30 pm Learning Wrap-Up & Meeting Close
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- Student members = $15
- Non-member guests = $40
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Cancellations & Refunds:
Cancellations will be accepted until 5 pm on January 4, 2019.
- Cancellations received prior to this time/date should be requested in writing and sent to email@example.com.
- Refunds will be issued either (1) by check (less a $5 processing fee) and will be mailed to the address on file or (2) transferred to the next scheduled A2ATD meeting date.
Refunds after January 4, 2019 at 5 pm cannot be issued, but we will gladly accept a substitution should you wish to send someone in your place.
About the Presenter:
Mike Blahnik is a project manager and performance consultant at Innovative Learning Group. He also is the account manager for Ford. Mike is experienced in systems and business process analysis, project management, and performance management. In 2017, Mike was designated an Emerging Training Leader by Training magazine. He is a member of the Michigan Chapter of ISPI and former board member having completed his term as past-president last year. Mike has a master’s degree in industrial and organizational psychology and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Western Michigan University.