Episode 6: Quick thoughts about Micro-Learning

We’re back with another episode. Maureen Orey sent this one in for us. Maureen is an author, speaker, coach, and President of Workplace Learning & Performance Group. She also happens to be a founding member of 5 Trainers in a Car. In this episode, she recorded with several individuals as they were leaving a training certificate program. And here’s the cool thing — she just went ahead and recorded the episode. They had only 4 people in the car and made it work (Siri gets a few lines). She provide us here at 5 Trainers in a Car with the audio, and we helped clean up the audio, added the bumpers, and boom – another episode for you.

And here’s the thing, you can do it too. Get your workmates together, record an episode. Going to a conference, record an episode. Get some trainer, instructional designer, L&D people together, and make your episode. You pick a topic and record. It’s easy peasy. And it can be a short one, a long one, or something that’s just right. Maureen’s is 5 1/2 minutes. They folks in the episode express some of their thoughts about micro-learning.

This episode is a bit noisy. The danger of doing a podcast in a car is a lot of noise. We tried cleaning it up, but we only can do so much. Hope you still enjoy it.

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The 5 Trainers in a Car this episode

Ashley Price, Technical Trainer

Claudia Montoya Andrews, Training and Development Coordinator

Vanessa Johnson, Organizational Development Specialist

Maureen Orey, President of Workplace Learning & Performance Group

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