Benjamin Franklin once remarked, “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” People learn very effectively when they are engaged in the learning process. In classroom training sessions, the trainer interacts actively with learners to capture their attention and ensure they remain focused. But, how can this be accomplished with eLearning courses which are self-paced? Well, you can ensure that your online learners “stay on track” using interactivities. Here are 4 excellent blogs that help you make the best use of interactivities in your eLearning courses.
This blog talks about 4 types of eLearning interactivities – slide shows, click-on-numbers, click-on-images and click-on-tabs. It describes when to use these interactivities and how to design top-notch online courses using them, very clearly. Check out this incredible blog by clicking on the link below.
Hope these blogs help you make the best use of interactivities in your online courses. Do share your views.