Who makes learning content active in the Internet age?
Judith Christian Carter, the genius of creating e-books!
An e-book is composed of many pages, including text and pictures. These contents are basically delivered to learners in a linear manner, direct but boring! Learners have very few opportunities to interact with the content and ask or answer questions when reading/learning these contents.
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So, how to make the content come alive?
Two approaches to e-learning design:
In this regard, we strongly recommend the second method. Let us work together to save the people trapped by boring e-learning content!
You need to:
Content is undoubtedly important, but if students are not interested in the learning content you provide, learning will lose its true meaning. People always hope that they can control grow-related things, including learning. Make e-learning content active, and you will see a better learning result.