The Halo Effect: First Impressions for e-Learning
JANUARY 14, 2015
This social-psychology phenomenon, first explained by American psychologist Edward Thorndike, causes people (like your learners) to use one trait to make quick judgments of an overall person or thing. But if your learners dislike one aspect of your course (such as an intro slide that’s crammed with text), they’ll have a negative predisposition toward the whole course. And Lectora® users, here’s a cool tutorial on using custom fonts: 3 Ways to Use Custom Fonts in Lectora.