Just-in-time Learning Best Practices: What it is and isn't

Virtual Paper ID: 57817
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    Luke Allis
    Social Chestnut

Abstract: The term just-in-time learning is often used for learning experiences that are short or address issues that have been long-standing. However, just-in-time learning is actually learning experiences that are easily accessible and ready for the learner's need off the bat. This paper explores examples of just-in-time learning in a variety of applications and addresses best practices for designing, developing, and implementation of just-in-time learning experiences.

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