How to Get Best Learner Engagement Through eLearning?

We have a generation that binge watches on Prime, Netflix, Hotstar and another set that spends hours gaming. Hours and hours engaged in the task of finishing one series after the other or leveling up. According to the State of Online Gaming 2018 market research report, “People who play video games spend an average of nearly six hours each week playing. Gamers 18-25 spend the most time, at more than seven hours each week.” While the storyline and plot have a lot to do with the whole attention-grabbing, another aspect is the availability of full content at one place, no more breaks, and the freedom to watch an entire season in one go. But ever wondered why eLearning fails in keeping the Learners hooked?

eLearning could essentially have all the features of a Netflix show. It can be watched online and offline, without breaks and interruptions, but in the end, it is just eLearning and hence the general fall in engagement. The trick now is to think in terms of how to engage the learners in the way the shows or games do. How to get best Learner Engagement through eLearning?

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