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How to Design Performance-Based eLearning Interactions

Tim Slade

One of the most important lessons I learned when I first started designing and developing eLearning courses was the importance of building performance-based eLearning interactions. When I first started as an eLearning designer, I remember being constantly reminded of the importance of making my eLearning content interactive.

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Interactivity Of The Mind: Going Beyond Passive Learning

eLearning Industry

Interactivity has long been a hyped element in digital learning. In fact, we tend to equate interactivity with engagement. But simply moving the mouse or clicking a button cannot be productive interactivity. So what entails purposeful interactivity? Read on to know more.


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Add interactivity to your storyboard


Adding interactivity to your storyboard can take your eLearning courses to the next level and create a more engaging and effective learning experience. What is interactivity in eLearning? Interactivity in eLearning refers to the ability of learners to interact with the course content, rather than passively consuming it.

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How to Make Online Courses More Interactive


However, learners may have trouble sticking with courses or learning the material without interactivity. Incorporating interactive elements in online courses leads to better learning outcomes and higher learner retention and satisfaction. Feedback Interaction requires two-way communication. Consider hosting weekly (or more!)

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Inspiring K12 : Creating the Joy of Reading and Self-Directed Learning in the Digital Era

Contents of the Whitepaper- Daily Habits of US Teens Benefits of Reading Personalized Approach Enriching the Experience with Interactive Elements Make Reading Engaging Microlearning to the Rescue The Effects of Immediate vs Delayed Feedback

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Interactive Learning Content In eLearning: How Effective Is It?

eLearning Industry

Before going ahead to the main topic of today, which is the effect of interactive learning content on eLearning, let me start by talking about what the term "interaction" really means. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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Here’s How Interactive eBooks Elevate The eLearning Experience And Its Effectiveness

eLearning Industry

Interactive eBooks add to that growth by making content more engaging and effective. eLearning is becoming the primary method of imparting education due to its many benefits. Teams with multiple eLearning stakeholders are involved in their development to create the best possible outcome each time.

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The Battle of the Authoring Tools: A 10-Point Comparison for Picking the Right One

Speaker: Chris Paxton McMillin, President of D3 Training Solutions

Highlights include: A comparison of how each authoring app handles key functionality, including interactivity, mobile design, accessibility, and more Important factors that impact the total price, such as integrations and support Learning trends that are most likely to affect your future needs, and more!

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How to Fix the 10 Biggest Mistakes in Gamification

Speaker: Stephen Baer - Chief Creative Officer, The Game Agency (a division of ELB Learning)

Whether you are looking to improve the content you have already created or are interested in trying new strategies, Stephen Baer, Chief Creative Officer at The Game Agency, will share the secret sauce to make your training interactive, effective, and FUN. Don't miss how to make your training stick!

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Go Beyond with Compliance Training

Speaker: Justin Muscolino, Head of Compliance Training North America, GRC Solutions

By incorporating elements like soft skills and interactivity, he has developed a method for creating compliance training that's both engaging and effective! Tune in to discover: Which trends in compliance training are setting you back.

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The Key to Getting the Best Out of Video-Based Practice & Coaching

Speaker: Micah Eppler, Account Executive for Rehearsal of eLearning Brothers

Bring your burning questions to this live, interactive session. Best practices for using video simulations to help learners practice and improve skills. How advances in AI can help provide learners with real-time feedback and direction on performance. April 27th, 2022 at 9:30 am PDT, 12:30 pm EDT, 5:30 pm GMT

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Go Beyond with the Gamification of Workplace Learning

Speaker: Amit Garg, CEO and Founder at Upside Learning Solutions & Jonathan Peters, PhD, Chief Motivation Officer at Sententia Gamification

Amit and Jonathan will chat about their views and experiences with gamification in workplace learning including some real examples from their work, along with lots of opportunities for interaction with the audience. Why you should consider gamification as part of your learning strategy.

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Interactive and Immersive Reading Experience with MagicBox

This whitepaper covers talks about Interactive and Immersive Reading Experiences with MagicBox. Covers topics like Foster Constructivism, Immersive Reading Experience, Personalized Learning.

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Legendary Presentations: eLearning, Sales Collateral, and Defeating Death-by-PowerPoint

Speaker: Richard Goring, Director, BrightCarbon

What you (and your learners) want is dynamic, visual, interactive content that’s compelling and memorable. We’ll work together in a highly practical, demo-led session, in which you’ll learn how to create visual slides, manipulate images, master animations, make it interactive, and produce content that will delight your audience.

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Why Most eLearning Fails: How to Create eLearning that Gets Results

Speaker: Tim Slade, Speaker, Author, and Creator of The eLearning Designer's Academy

The sad reality is that most eLearning courses require learners to sit through a disappointing experience, where information is poorly organized, the content isn’t relevant, and the interactions seem contrived and without purpose. Why clicking doesn’t make interactivity meaningful.