4 myths on how to spice things up in online learning

How do we make an online course exciting? What makes people stay and do the work? We talk a lot about ‘engaging’ the learners, but what does that mean?

Most articles in the e-learning sector focus on self-paced e-learning modules (e.g. Articulate), webinar presentations, or academic asynchronous e-courses. Many try to convince us that there is a ‘best practices’ approach for each. Yet ‘spicing things up’ means different things in different types of online learning. It also depends on your target group.

Here are some common misconceptions about making your online courses more engaging.


Myth #1: Adding visuals and interactive content is necessary to cater for all learning styles

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