Every professional has tools that are unique to their trade. Farmers use tractors, doctors use stethoscopes, and accountants use spreadsheets. The tools we use not only shape the work we do, but also affect the way we think about the work we do. They change the way we solve problems in our particular field.
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Answer questions from “where did microlearning start?” to “how can I implement microlearning into my existing technologies at my association?”. Find out how microlearning is being used in associations today and where you can expect to see it in the future. Microlearning has changed the way learners interact with continuing education, increasing interest, and optimizing retention.
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