Will cutting data into just-in-time, user-driven bites enhance learning?
Content has exploded. Everyone is broadcasting. More and more information is available on demand from formal and peer sources. YouTube, Pandora, Twitter, SnapChat, iTunes… We increasingly want our information in small bites, customized to our tastes, and available on demand.
In development contexts, can snackable, stackable, and sharable content enhance our ability to access, absorb, and use knowledge, closing the gap between learning and application?
How can traditional location-based instructional design be re-imagined for un-walled learning spaces where learners drop in and out of the content stream?