Why We Like It, Who It Works for,
and How to Get Started

Tanya Seidel ~ VP of Finance & Technology ~ Artisan E-Learning
Tara Medeiros ~ Director, Global Product Training –
Sales and Care ~ LogMeIn

Wed, May 09 | 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM | Room: 28

In this session, you’ll learn about the benefits of microlearning, why it’s trending, and what types of content and formats are suitable for it. You’ll learn about the steps you can take to streamline your microlearning development efforts while ensuring a consistent, quality product. The speakers will walk you through a case study that resulted in the development of a series of micro-courses instrumental in educating a new sales force joining a company as the result of a large merger. You’ll hear about the pitfalls, the benefits, and how you can prepare for a shift to microlearning.


Tanya is the VP of Finance and Technology for Artisan E-Learning and has over 10 years of experience in the e-learning industry. Tanya manages the financial planning and analysis for Artisan, in addition to Artisan’s technology infrastructure and marketing efforts. She also continues to be involved in the development and delivery of e-learning courses for a variety of clients and is well-versed in accessibility (Section 508 and WCAG), responsive design, SCORM, and xAPI. Tanya spent more than seven years working for Trivantis, the makers of Lectora. She has not only created instructor-led and web-based training programs and materials, but has also lead the design and development of e-learning authoring software and Learning Management Systems.



Tara is a client of Artisan E-Learning’s. She is responsible for the design and implementation of sales enablement content and tools as it applies to new and existing LogMeIn products. As former Director of Training for Lectora, Tara was responsible for all aspects of the Training Department, including coordination of both in-house and client site training. Tara has developed online training for the Lectora website, as well as training by request, focusing on the topics of software simulation, tests and variable manipulation, as well as instructional design best practices. She is certified at the Secondary Education level, and prior to joining Lectora, gained her classroom teaching experience as a Language Arts teacher. She received her BA in English and secondary education from Rowan University and her MS in education media design technology from Full Sail University.