Designing attention-grabbing elearning

In my last blog I discussed the importance of neuroscience in learning design, including the physical process of learning in which new knowledge is represented by structural changes in the brain. But in order to encourage learning, we must make sure the learner pays attention.

We live in a media-rich world, with TV, radio and social media grabbing our learner’s attention throughout the day. So how do we create digital learning content that grabs attention, when attention itself is such a scarce commodity?

 

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