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Free Webinar: Blending Form and Function for High-Impact Microlearning Assets

Learn Why Form Follows Function

A perfect power-packed microlearning module that will get learners hooked would be the one in the most appropriate form. Each microlearning asset, be it videos or mini-games, has its own purpose, catering to various learning styles. You would not want to deliver a microlearning course that does not appeal to learners, would you? Definitely not!

This on-demand webinar, which is the second in a series of four on decoding Microlearning, will provide you with all the nitty-gritty details on the various types of microlearning assets, and how to choose the right one to help achieve your organizational results. Learn how to develop assets that will drive performance-based objectives through their form.

In this webinar, you will explore:

  • Types of microlearning assets such as audio, video, animations, quizzes, GIFs, infographics, flashcards, mini-games, and more
  • How to align your microlearning assets with desired results and performance-based learning objectives
  • How to select the appropriate type of microlearning
  • How to configure an array of microlearning assets to drive performance


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The Speaker


Howard B. Lewis, Ph.D., CPT

Chief Learning Architect

Dr. Lewis has been involved in education, instructional design, and performance technology for over 40 years, including corporate positions with Health Net, Xerox Corporation, Apple Computer, and RTC. Howard is the founder of and currently serving as President and Chief Learning Architect for Integrated Performance Solutions, Inc. (IPS). IPS specializes in instructional design, eLearning, microlearning, mobile learning, evaluation/assessment, and performance improvement solutions that drive business results.

Howard’s national and international experience has involved areas such as leadership, management, sales and marketing, engineering, safety, medical management, customer service, and performance management.

Dr. Lewis serves as an adjunct professor for Colorado State University teaching high-impact, on-demand performance solutions and research methodology, has earned his doctoral degree in Curriculum and Instruction, Instructional Technology and International Training from the University of Southern California, and is a Certified Performance Technologist (CPT).