A useful checklist for realistic interactions

SmartBuilder

We pride ourselves at SmartBuilder Consulting on designing elearning that focuses on performance: helping learners do the right thing at the right time. When we focus on performance, our elearning has the added benefit of being more engaging than the “read, click Next, answer some questions” type of elearning that we have all experienced, and most of us have designed at one time or another. So far so good … create engaging elearning that focuses on performance!

A useful checklist for realistic interactions

SmartBuilder

We pride ourselves at SmartBuilder Consulting on designing elearning that focuses on performance: helping learners do the right thing at the right time. When we focus on performance, our elearning has the added benefit of being more engaging than the “read, click Next, answer some questions” type of elearning that we have all experienced, and most of us have designed at one time or another. So far so good … create engaging elearning that focuses on performance!

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