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Learning is about methods

Junglemap invented bite-sized learning in 2006. We saw that the traditional, annual e-learning course was a bit like serving all employees a kilogram of vitamins once a year to be done with it. 


An information overdose, followed by a rapid forgetting curve, if users at all found time in their calendars.

NanoLearning is a learning process based on a series of 2-3 minute lessons delivered by e-mail over a number of days, weeks, months or years, depending on the topic.

Result: Much higher participation, a lasting effect, and significantly more motivated and satisfied users. Oh, and it´s more affordable too.



The NanoLearning Classic method is a series of 2-3 minute modules where the objective is to create a lasting organizational effect in each topic.

When all employees get the same lesson on a Tuesday morning, then you will get discussions in meetings and hallways. This effect is not possible with the unsynchronized e-learning course. 

9 of 10 NanoLearning users prefer the method compared with traditional approaches.



In some situations, a course must be completed before you can perform a job. Most e-learning courses are one-size-fits-all in that even if you already know 90 % of the content, you still have to spend 100 % of the time to complete the course. 

This disregard of people’s knowledge and time are detrimental shortcomings.

We invented the NanoLearning Flow method to offer participants an individual learning path based on their prior knowledge, pleasing users and saving time.

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NanoLearning Software as a Service

Junglemap NanoLearning is an easy-to-use and powerful software as a service. It features responsive design, supports any device, any operating system, any browser and requires no plugins or software install. The service is secured and hosted by Microsoft (Azure) and our largest course so far had 420.000 participants.