How I used Learnworlds’ interactive video player to guide viewers’ attention

One of the most interesting benefits I found concerning interactive video is a mechanism known as “selective focus”. A selective focus approach, is expected to promote learning efficiency by drawing viewers’ attention to valuable content.

Research gives this exact point:

Managing as well as supporting viewers’ attention in videos enhances both behavioral and neuronal performance (Ebner et al. 2013).

The strategy of drawing learners’ attention (known also as cueing) allows instructors to give emphasis on the important parts of the information with the use of keywords and pointer phrases.

I wanted to apply this strategy to one of our Learnworlds Academy videos. Besides, with the Learnworlds’ enhanced interactive video player it’s now very easy to cue a video.

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