Using Interactive Elements in an E-learning Course

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By Manisha Tandale

Learner engagement is critical to the success of any e-learning course. A high quality e-learning course that immerses learners into the learning process, provides them with a good learning experience, and facilitates learner participation is crucial for achieving learner engagement. An e-learning course with just text and graphics can be a boring experience for the learners. On the other hand, presenting the required content with appropriate interactivities in a visually appealing and elegant graphical layout can do wonders for the course.

 

In traditional e-learning courses, interactivities such as click and learn or rollover are used for learner engagement. However, with advances in technology, interactivities such as touch, swipe, pinch, zoom, etc. have also been adapted. In this part of the article, we will focus on the click and learn and rollover interactivities. Let’s take a look at a few examples.

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