Rumie Learning Microlearning

As an instructional designer for Rumie, our team of designers works together to create an open library of micro-learning courses called Bytes that can be digested in 10 minutes or less. The Bytes are targeted at personal development for the young transition age group (18-30 year olds) and are intended to be as entertaining as other on-screen activities. The Rumie initiative includes translating these Bytes from their original authored language into as many languages as possible to make learning available offline to those with the least access who have the most to gain from it.
Click on each picture or title to see the learning Byte.

Microlearning for Just-in-Time Use

Just-in-time learning (or Googling, as we often think of it) is the most common type of learning we do today. As a learning designer, I intentionally think about how, where, and when to present learning so that it is most impactful for retention or immediate application.

Click the title or the picture to access the sample.

Novice trail users don't know the right of way for different types of trail users. This mini-lesson and knowledge check will help!

Tool: Articulate Storyline

Highlight: Use of motion paths for sliders

Group Riding Hand Signals

A quick scan by your phone of this image embedded with augmented reality helps novice cyclists learn how to navigate group rides and earn a 10% off coupon at their local bike shop as well!

Tool: Zappar Augmented Reality Designer (download of Zappar app required)

Highlight: Branching Quiz with entertaining feedback