6 Subtle Ways To Guide Online Learners And Encourage Self-Exploration In eLearning

| December 1, 2018

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Self-directed learning is listed as one of the major benefits of eLearning. But how do you nudge passive online learners to explore subjects on their own? In this article, I’ll share 6 subtle ways to point online learners in the right direction and encourage self-exploration.Regardless of a learner’s age, everyone has their own learning preferences. Some are energetic and eager. Then, there are online learners who think it’s enough to show up. They don’t get involved or answer questions. Sometimes, they even cheat on their assignments, even as adults. To get the most from your eLearning course, you want all your online learners to be actively engaged. You can’t force them to participate, but you can encourage them to study. Here are 6 suggestions that will help you encourage self-exploration in eLearning.

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