As eLearning designers and developers we know that digital interaction forms one of the cores of engaging eLearning. A key question that is often asked in context – 'what makes for engaging and effective digital interaction'? The answer lies quite simply in the proper design of interactions.
Interactions built into eLearning must align with the content types and outcomes, without this essential alignment they cease to be meaningful to the learner and the learning process. This challenge is one that instructional designers and developers face on a day to day basis.
I am presenting a free webinar to assist designers and developers in understanding and overcoming this challenge – 'The Design of Interaction for eLearning' on 4th December at 3.30 PM (GMT) & 5th December at 11 AM (IST).
In this webinar, we will explore content types as defined by Dr. David Merrill and which of these types lend themselves to meaningful interaction. We will also present a case-study around the design of interaction for a specific content type.
This webinar is recommended for instructional designers, developers or those involved in management of eLearning content development projects, and those having a keen interest in the design of interactions for learning. On completing the webinar, you’d have an understanding of content types, which of those are appropriate for interaction design, and have seen the application of key design principles in interaction design for eLearning.
Registrations are now open, please visit the link below and pick your preferred time. Hope to see you there! http://www.upsidelearning.com/elearning-webinars.asp