5 Essential Types Of Visuals To Elevate Your eLearning Content

| November 22, 2018

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Did you know that 65% of the population are visual learners? If your course material isn’t catering to visual learners, that’s a huge gap.But creating effective, visually engaging eLearning material goes beyond simply adding a few screenshots and GIFS to break up the text. If you want to aid your audience’s comprehension, think strategically about how you visualize your information.Here are 5 essential types of visuals you should be using in your eLearning courses. They will help you visualize information in an engaging way and also act as handy tools for your audience.Infographics are one of the most versatile types of visuals you can create. They’re perfect for summarizing information, simplifying complex concepts, and breaking down steps. As you probably know already, there’s a ton of different approaches you can take to creating an infographic. The type of infographic [1] you create will depend on the information you want to visualize.

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