Just-in-time learning refers to learning the information you need right when you need it. If you need to learn only one topic, don’t force yourself to sit through an entire course.
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“A lot of people are conditioned to [think] like, ‘I'm going to go and do this whole course,’” says John Elliott, security advisor and cybersecurity payments risk and privacy specialist. “But I can find a module or a clip that just tells me the thing I'd like to learn. That’s worth spending five or 10 minutes doing.”
In other words, just-in-time learning enables you to work smarter, not harder. If part of a course or training program isn’t relevant to your goals, you don’t need to do it.