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Social MicroLearning: Beyond Remembering

Social MicroLearning: Beyond Remembering

The MobileKnowledgeLab in Linz is researching Social MicroLearning to find ways to engage learners.  Strategies of social software are applied to motivate students to collaborate, analyze, evaluate and create their own learning materials. Competitive elements are used...

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Qualitative Survey: German Doctors Favor MicroLearning

CHECKpoint eLearning reports about German doctors learning about the latest therapy standard in fighting against hepatitis C with the help of mobile learning apps. Here is the feedback of doctors collected by Dr. Axel Bedürftig, ABW publisher in Berlin: "I really like...

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Digital MicroLearning in the Classroom: The Next Trend?

  Digital MicroLearning has arrived in further education: in unversities and high schools, and first studies proof the high acceptance of the new method by students. But what about MicroLearning in school classrooms? "Microlearning is a great method and I believe...

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New Empirical Survey proofs High Acceptance of MicroLearning

  A success story and a new empirical survey on MicroLearning from Austria: In 2014, the Danube University Krems (DUK) management selected KnowledgeFox® to improve students’ preparation before face-to-face-seminars. In the fall semester of 2014/15, 80...

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MPREIS and KnowledgePulse win gold

  For its usage of KnowledgePulse®, the MPREIS supermarket chain (market leader in Western Austria) was awarded the gold level of the prestigious Brandon Hall Award in the category “Best Use of Blended Learning”. MPREIS is thus in a league with companies such as...

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