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L&D PROFESSIONALS OF GREATER PHILADELPHIA

March Monthly Workshop - Micro-learning for the 1%

  • 3 Mar 2018
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Drexel University - LeBow College of Business - 3220 Market Street - Philadelphia PA 19104

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Go ahead go and find a hotter buzzword in the L&D industry over the past few years. We dare you. You won't find many. In fact, you'd be lucky to find half a dozen more talked about trends in our industry. What are we referring to you ask? Microlearning. Join L&D Philadelphia and New York Based Alex Khurgin for an interactive session on designing and developing "microlearning". Alex will share insights and help you understand the basics and develop a game plan for when and where to implement this "tiny" strategy. 

The modern employee has 1% of their week to focus on training. What can we do with that roughly 24 minutes a week? Turns out, a lot. Armed with digestible and easily accessible micro-learning experiences, we can create meaningful changes in behavior across our organizations.

Participants will come away from this session having learned a step­-by-­step process for creating effective micro-learning experiences.

More specifically, they will learn to:

- build a business case for micro-learning

- create micro-learning experiences that capture and keep attention

- launch spaced­-out micro-learning campaigns to make learning stick




Alex Khurgin is the founder of Point of Need Solutions, where he helps leading organizations build modern learning cultures. For 7 years, he led learning innovation at Grovo, a microlearning provider. Prior to that he was one of the first employees working on adaptive learning technology at Knewton. Alex's background in philosophy, specifically the philosophy of mind and how human beings perceive the world, makes him passionate about using technology and new approaches to help people learn better and faster. He has presented on the future of learning, technology, and work to audiences from San Francisco to Shenzhen.

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