Creating Real Engagement in eLearning

In the eLearning space, a phrase that I see used a lot – to the point of overuse – by designers and developers is their ability to ‘create engaging eLearning experiences’. But what does that really mean? Well, according to dictionary.com the word engage is defined as:

“To occupy the attention or efforts of (a person or persons)”

That sounds reasonable and is definitely something we should be doing but why is there still so much poor eLearning around if so many claim to be able to create engaging eLearning? Authoring tools alone can’t create engaging eLearning, at least not without human input, so it’s up to us! I suggest that maybe there’s different ‘types’ of engagement in eLearning experiences that are created by designers and developers.

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