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Microlearning is convenient and quick, but those are far from the only reasons it’s so attractive. In fact, the biggest cheerleader of microlearning isn’t your packed schedule or your demanding boss: It’s your brain. Small bits of information cater to your brain’s waning attention span, but still, leave a big impact on your long-term memory. Before you dismiss microlearning as something only applicable to gossip magazines and YouTube videos, it’s important to uncover the neuroscience behind why microlearning can be effective for any subject matter, including corporate training.