Gamrat co-authors book chapter on state of microlearning in higher ed

Chris Gamrat, instructional designer at the College of Information Sciences and Technology, is co-author on a chapter in the new book Microlearning in the Digital Age: The Design and Delivery of Learning in Snippet by Routledge. The chapter provides an overview of the present state of microlearning in higher education, and discusses the context in which microlearning offers potential solutions to qualifying student learning in academic settings.

The chapter's co-authors, all from Penn State, include Megan Kohler, lecturer and learning designer at the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences; Victoria Raish, online learning coordinator at Penn State University Libraries; and Beth Gross, assistant director for digital education and online learning at the College of Agricultural Sciences.