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Sirilak Boonmapan
Thanakrit Janchidfha


The advanced development of digital technology causes rapid changes in several technologies. Traditional learning models may need to be revised to respond or adapt to these changes. Studying, working, or the career which we do today must be prompted to learn, and know how to adapt to rapidly changing situations. Micro-Learning is a learning model that has specific, clear, concise, and uncomplicated structures. By this learning model, learners spend a brief time attending. Currently, it is found that the microlearning model has been widely applied to learning topics. It facilitates learners to learn and has a continuous effect, so students learn more determinedly by not learning too much content. Moreover, nowadays, computer technology and software are used to convey meaning by combining various types of media such as text, graphics, animation, audio, video, and so on. The aforementioned media have been studied and researched to arouse interest and increase learning efficiency. Varieties of learning resources are available online to provide learning opportunities for all genders and ages. They can learn by themselves and acquire the knowledge easily so that learners can apply it in life or in real work in time. They can manage their own times and channels of learning independently. The key factor of microlearning media is noteworthy to reduce place and time constraints. The design of microlearning media therefore requires consideration of the type of media that is appropriate to the specific situation and needs of the learner. Designers need to know how to micro learn that some lessons cannot be micro learned if the content is large or in-depth. The media should be designed to respond to the content of that topic.

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Boonmapan, S., & Janchidfha, T. (2024). DESIGN GUIDANCE OF MICROLEARNING MEDIA. Journal of Industrial Education, 23(1), C1-C10.
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