Blog - interaction styles

  • November 19, 2014

    5 Ways to go Beast Mode for Interactive Design

    By: Andrew Fayad

    Interactive design isn’t for the meek; it’s a hardcore way to engage learners and get the most out of every module. But some eLearning companies and programs don’t always seem to automatically lend themselves to interactive components: More serious topics included. If you really want to engage your learner, you’ll need to go beast mode in the […]

  • November 04, 2013

    Interactive eLearning: 5 Ways to Drive User Engagement

    By: Andrew Fayad

    If you’re relying on donuts and coffee to engage your learners, you might be missing the mark. Hey, don’t get us wrong – everyone loves donuts. But if the only thing that learners like about your training program is the pastries, you have a bigger problem. By structuring your eLearning curriculum around interactive eLearning and […]

  • October 11, 2013

    Interactive Design: The Do’s and Don’ts for Using Whiteboard Videos in eLearning

    By: Andrew Fayad

    Traditional whiteboards are nothing new in training – boardrooms across America are outfitted with huge white sheets, almost dry markers that never work and writing that never really quite erases. But interactive whiteboard videos – a la Khan Academy – are anything but routine. By using whiteboard videos and other interactive tools, you can easily […]

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