Microlearning Content Development

Microlearning content for academic institutions, enterprises, and vocational skill development.

Microlearning for Students

Learning is fun with syllabus-compliant content in interactive forms and formats.

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Microlearning for Professionals

Job-focused bitesize learning modules that students love and actually complete.


Microlearning for Corporates

Build snackable, role-based learning programs that are fun, fast, and on point.


Microlearning content development at scale

SMEs and IDs come together to deliver high-quality microlearning content, at scale.

Experience peace of mind, dependability, and process maturity as we help you create highly-relevant and engaging microlearning modules to meet specific outcomes across learner groups.

Why outsource Microlearning content creation?

Whether you are building an e-Learning app, an employee training program, a mobile-first LMS, or a job skills development platform, outsourcing content creation makes strategic sense.


SME Availability

Access domain specific IDs and content creators who speak your language!


Speed and Scale

Scale up rapidly and reduce time to market by outsourcing content creation.


Innovative Formats

Get access to age and role appropriate content formats that engage.


Content Marketing

Get 360° promotional content, like landing pages, subtitles, blogs, and more.


Platform Agnostic

Unlike platform developers, content providers are not tied to specific LMS software.


Consistent Quality

Experience peace of mind and certainty with multi-level content editing and QA.


Microlearning is indeed the future of training and development

Learners can study at their convenience and stay focused while trainers can break complex topics into small learning objectives.

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Unleash Gamification

Maximize engagement and enable tangible outcomes like certifications and accreditations using microlearning.

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Step 1: Planning & Strategy

Defining the target audience, learning objectives, LMS, and content formats.


Step 2: Designing & Development

Deep diving into each module with a team of SMEs for building multiple content assets.


Step 3: Testing & Delivery

Professional editing and content quality checks with support for uploading modules.

Our Engagement Models

We understand that microlearning content creation projects can be complex and long-drawn, and involve multiple stakeholders.


Based on Scope/

  • For small and well-defined tasks
  • Ideal for ad-hoc requirements
  • Useful for pilot stage projects
  • In-house content creators and SMEs
  • Dedicated Account Manager
  • No commitment

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$999/ Per Month onward

  • A monthly fee for fixed deliverables
  • Ideal for on-going tasks
  • Useful for loosely defined tasks
  • In-house content creators and SMEs
  • Dedicated Account Manager
  • Minimum 6 month commitment

Full-Time Equivalent

$1999/ Per Month onward

  • Full-time IDs and content creators
  • Shorter TAT, high flexibility
  • For complex and dynamic projects
  • For multiple stakeholders teams
  • In-house content creators and SMEs
  • Dedicated Account Manager
  • Minimum 6 months commitment

This is what our esteemed clients have to say

LexiConn has partnered major e-learning companies, upskilling apps, and mobile VAS providers to create microlearning content.


As the name suggests, Microlearning refers to small (bite-sized) learning programs designed to deliver learning on the go. Unlike traditional eLearning programs, which are deployed to deliver complex topics requiring detailed and in-depth interventions, Microlearning is for relatively lighter topics that can be sliced into meaningful sub-modules.

Studies published in the leading Journal of Applied Psychology showed that learning in bite-sized pieces is 17% more efficient as compared to traditional eLearning. Even anecdotal evidence suggests that learners’ attention spans are reducing, and keeping them engaged for longer periods is getting increasingly challenging.

Microlearning has its unique applications and use cases. It especially finds favor among adult learners looking for short, quick, and summarized content with quick knowledge checks. Besides, microlearning is fun, educational, and easy to create and deploy. Everybody loves that – students, professionals, corporates.

Creating content for the new-age learners requires breaking down broader learning objectives into smaller, clearly defined, and logically sliceable modules. Topics are then researched, fleshed out, and weaved into one of the many delivery formats before packing them using an LMS (Learning Management Solution).

Fundamentally, the microlearning content creation follows the same steps as traditional eLearning content development. However, Instructional Designers take special efforts to “breakbulk” and develop smaller modules and weave in the right blend of learning and fun by introducing various content formats and interactive elements.

From explainer videos to chatbots and drag-and-drop questions to interactive PDFs, microlearning leverages multiple innovative and interactive content formats. Some of the newer formats include audio content, webinars, walkthroughs, slideshows, animations, infographics, interactive videos, and more. Content creators aim to wrap a microlearning module within 3-7 minutes.

Certainly. Microlearning content can be created for various forms of assessments in the form of quizzes. Some of the popular question types are match the following, MCQs, multiple response questions, fill in the blanks, short answers, objective type questions like True/ False, rating-based questions, drag-and-drop to form a sequence, long answers, and more.

Microlearning authoring tools are generally differentiated based on their capabilities, hosting (e.g., cloud-based, on-premises, etc.), content formats supported, and content creation features. Some of the popular ones are Adobe Captivate, Capterra, TalentLMS, SmartUp, Gnowbe, iSpring, EdApp, etc.

Developing and deploying a Microlearning platform at your institute or your workplace requires two significant spends – one for the platform and the other for the content. While some of the popular platforms are free to try, and deploy for a few users, the professional versions cost anything between $400 to $1200 or more, based on the licenses you prefer. On the other hand, the cost for microlearning content creation varies based on the scale, subject matter, and nature of content.

Microlearning has special use cases. While most learners prefer to keep it short and simple, there are many topics and domains that are not suited for bite-sized learning. Microlearning is particularly challenging when you are trying to deliver comprehensive knowledge in domains like AI/ ML, data science, etc.

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