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Design thought-provoking interactions | Tips from Cathy Moore

What types of elearning interactions will really engage your learners? Tireless campaigner for smarter instructional design Cathy Moore looks at how you can turn run-of-the-mill clicking into more memorable, challenging activities.
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Build impactful eLearning that includes complex interactions. They will make all the difference to learner engagement in your content.

 

Interactions should mirror real life and ask learners to make decisions that would affect the real world.

 

Respected eLearning designer and blogger Cathy Moore writes, 'more complex interactions appeal to us more because they respect our intelligence’ in this article from ’24 Tips for eLearning Professionals’ published by the eLearning Network in Dec 2010.

 

For more Cathy Moore insights, visit her blog http://blog.cathy-moore.com/. I recommend it!

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E-learning's unlucky 13 - Business Reporter

E-learning's unlucky 13 - Business Reporter | Building Great eLearning | Scoop.it
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E-learning's unlucky 13
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Text-heavy sections labelled 'Background' or 'History', and the related issue of getting learners to read a company policy in the guise of it being 'e-learning'.
Learning 4 Learning's insight:

Four (4) key failures of eLearning design from the perspective of 100 surveyed learning professionals: patronising the learner; poor learning interface design; poor learning program design; and, performance issues of the selected delivery mechanism.

 

Two (2) failures relate to instructional design and the other two (2) to the eLearning build itself, and capacity of the deployment method and its supporting infrastructure.

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