Caveo Learning
On-Demand Webinar

Microlearning: Bite-Sized Learning Delivers Big Results

Microlearning—bite-sized components that can stand alone or exist as part of a larger curriculum—is a hot topic right now because of its compatibility with mobile learning. The short bursts of content that define microlearning are a natural fit for mobile devices. It allows learners to access information in the moment and from anywhere.


During this on-demand webinar, Caveo Learning Solutions Managers Barb Opyt and Tammy Dietz will provide:

  • Best practices for creating and implementing microlearning content into your organization’s learning programs
  • Advantages and challenges of different Microlearning channels, ranging from video snippets and audio clips to animation and eLearning modules
  • Real-world examples and case studies illustrating when microlearning works—and when it doesn’t

Microlearning isn’t a training panacea, but its flexible, just-in-time utility makes it a valuable and worthwhile tool for any learning organization’s toolbox. Watch now to discover some big ideas on how to deliver small learning.

Who Should Watch

Chief Learning Officers (CLOs), VPs of Training, Training Directors and Managers, Human Resources VPs and Directors, CEOs, and COOs

About the Presenters

Barbara Opyt

As a learning solutions manager for Caveo, Barbara Opyt provides oversight and support for a team of instructional designers. She has previously held senior management roles in corporations, higher education, and startup technology companies, implementing award-winning programs for technical and business audiences. She holds a master's in curriculum and instruction from the University of Texas at Austin, where she specialized in adult and organizational learning. Based in Nashville, Opyt was a featured presenter at the 2017 Bank Trainers Conference.


Tammy DietzTammy Dietz is a writer, instructor, instructional designer, and editor. A learning solutions manager for Caveo, she has more than 15 years’ experience in learning & development, with a client list that has included AT&T, Microsoft, Netflix, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and Bellevue College. Based in Washington state, Dietz holds a master's degree from Pacific University, and she was a presenter at ATD Puget Sound’s Learn-a-Palooza 3.0 conference.