I’m sure all of us have had first hand experience of attending a long, never ending class room lecture; where the audience hardly gets to speak or interact with the speaker. Such a lecture hardly makes an impact on the audience and they forget what it was all about. But do we realize whether the course/lecture, whether a face-to-face classroom lecture or an e-learning course intended for the target audience gets registered in their minds; or everything sounds hollow? And if we want to make any course engaging and enlightening, how do we do it? Well, in this post I’m going to focus on interactivity used in e-learning. Read more…
Interactivity is an overused term in the e-learning industry. Every e-learning course claims to be highly ‘interactive.’ The objective of this article is to:
- Introduce the concept of instructional interactivity.
- Uncover the myths associated with instructional interactivity.
- Discuss the four components of instructional interactivity.
- Describe the characteristics of good instructional interactivity.
This innovative demo has been designed to make the learner familiar with the places in New York.
While viewing the demo, make your own notes about the following features:
- Instructional strategy
- Color scheme
- Content organization on the screen
- Instructions for learners
- Hints and guidance
- Use of photos versus illustrations
- Instructional interactivity and motivation
- Context and theme