Inspire your audience to interact
Content can be presented in a variety of entertaining ways that captivates learners and holds their attention. Using interactive stories, quizzes, videos, photos and audio, learners are fully engaged with the resources and take joy in the learning process.
Different levels of e-learning interactivity
There are three different levels of e-learning interactivity:
Level 1: This low level of interactivity means users learn passively. For example, this level is used to convey basic facts, impart knowledge, and check retention.
Level 2: Users learn actively, and are more involved with the content and their progression. This level has a range of functions, which include expanding understanding, imparting knowledge, developing skills, reflective practice and the chance to conceptualise training.
Level 3: Learners are active participants in the training experience. This high level of interactivity is used to enhance understanding, impart knowledge and situational understanding and conceptualise and apply training. Learners are also encouraged to practice reflectively and react to different training scenarios.
Key benefits of interactive content
- Course content is presented in an exciting, memorable way
- Increased interaction encourages retention
- Engaging content holds learners’ attention
- Administrators can quickly report on progress and results
Types of interactive content
- Quizzes and tests
- Interactive infographics
- Interactive videos
- Surveys and polls
- Audio clips