Interactive eLearning

Step 1: Requires Onscreen Actions

One goal of interactive elearning is to craft an immersive experience. And ideally, the course’s visual design will be contextual. For example, if you’re doing a course on automotive sales, you want to bring the learner into the showroom using visually immersive screens. Another way to create an immersive experience is to have the users interact with onscreen elements (click/hover/drag) as they explore the content.

Interactive eLearning

Step 2: Requires In-brain Actions

Interacting with onscreen elements is an important part of elearning course design. However, the ultimate goal of any course is to meet specific learning objectives. So in that sense, we can define interactive elearning as getting the learner to interact with the content. This is more than visual and tactile interactions. It includes them processing what they learn and demonstrating understanding.

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