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Micro Learning and Narration Exploring possibilities of utilization of narrations and storytelling for the designing of "micro units" and didactical micro-learning arrangements

@inproceedings{Hug2005MicroLA,
  title={Micro Learning and Narration Exploring possibilities of utilization of narrations and storytelling for the designing of "micro units" and didactical micro-learning arrangements},
  author={Theo Hug},
  year={2005}
}
  • T. Hug
  • Published 2005
  • Engineering
Micro learning deals with relatively small learning units and short-term-focused activities. The paper presents basic understandings as well as a special concept, Integrated Micro Learning (IML), which is based on a patent-pending technology. Basically, this approach supports repetitive learning through embedding the learning process into daily routines by making use of communication devices. Through this method new learning spaces emerge and become available for life long learning. In this… Expand

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