Since 1990, Logical Imagination has been a premier technology training choice for corporate America. Our instructors have taught 50,000+ students! During that process, we have designed hundreds of custom courses and training manuals.
With the rise of e-learning, our instructional designers have added to their arsenal tools like Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate and TechSmith Camtasia. We build everything from microlearning modules (small, specific bursts of training that are quick and easy to digest) to complex, immersive modules that incorporate gamification and quizzes.
What level of e-learning interactivity is required?
E-Learning varies in complexity. Some resembles a basic PowerPoint presentation, and others rival a Disney Pixar production. To determine the level of interactivity required for your e-learning project, consider your subject matter, target audience, technology environment and budget. Typically, projects fall into one of three categories:
E-Learning that is informative takes a linear, passive approach that contains 75%+ text and demands little of the learner; however, it may also include:
- Graphics and images
- Simple animations
- Basic Quiz Questions
E-Learning that is interactive takes a linear, active approach that contains more complex simulations and scenarios and may also include:
- Navigation menus, glossaries, or links to resources
- Clickable animated graphics, audio or video
- Scenario-based case studies and examples
- More elaborate exercises and quizzes
E-Learning that is immersive takes a non-linear, real-time approach that frequently involves gaming technology and may also include:
- 3D simulations
- Custom videos, interactive 3D objects, and digital avatars
- Simulations involving branching or pathing
- Case study-based tests and assessments