3 reasons your e-learning needs bookmarking

Some people can commit a page number to memory and flip to it without much effort—but not most. Other people mark their place by folding the corner of a page. (Not with my books in my house, though—yikes!) Other people use ticket stubs, drinking-straw wrappers, or other objects of opportunity. And some people use the thing itself: the bookmark. The ability to conveniently exit and reenter a piece of media, without losing progress, increases the likelihood that users will return to it. For books, this is valuable. For e-learning, it can be essential. 

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