Microlearning is a method of learning that consists of short, highly-relevant chunks of information delivered over time. Microlearning is often used for learning complex topics or skills, such as foreign languages or how to use software. It can also be used for reinforcing existing knowledge.
Benefits: It's easy to digest. You can learn at your own pace. It's convenient to use anywhere, anytime, on any device. It's cost-effective because it uses less time from employees, who are more likely to remember what they've learned because it's easier to digest when broken into smaller pieces rather than one long lesson or training course.