Authoring Tools for E-Learning: The Definitive Guide

Have you ever looked at a powerpoint for more than 30 seconds and then suddenly felt your eyes glaze over? The mind starts to wander: Did I leave the stove on at home…? What should I have for lunch today?

When you finally come back from your daydream, you realize that you scanned over the first three slides, but can’t remember what any of them were about. Even if you start over and try to refocus on the materials, you’ll eventually fall back into another unproductive thought trap.

This is what learners experience far too often. Don’t get me wrong, powerpoints and word docs have the capacity to be moving, entertaining, and effective, but it’s unrealistic to think your learners can maximize their experience and retention with the limited interactivity that they have to offer.

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