6 Rules to Designing eLearning for Maximum Motivation

| December 28, 2016

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Learner motivation is a critical success factor in designing e-learning that makes a difference. In an individualized learning setting, like asynchronous web-based training programs, active learner engagement is necessary for learning to occur. So while it is important for the instructional designer to get the content “right,” it is even more vital (and usually more challenging) to design interactivity to draw in the learner to commit to the authentic behavior needed for learning to occur. This e-book presents some straightforward and effective design strategies to create learner motivation in e-learning.

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