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How can we build more effective interactivity into our self-paced elearning programs without blowing our budgets or completely boring our learners with lots of clicky-clicky bling-bling? In this ...

How can we build more effective interactivity into our self-paced elearning programs without blowing our budgets or completely boring our learners with lots of clicky-clicky bling-bling? In this presentation, Kineo explores some simple ways to build in better interactivity, showcasing lots of examples along the way.

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    • Kineo Webinar Series Interactivity? September 13, 2012Cammy Bean & Steve Won
    • n Steve y Bea WonCam m
    • How  long  have  you  been  designing/developing  elearning?    I’m  brand  new  to  elearning    0-­‐1  years    1-­‐5  years    I’m  a  grizzled  veteran  (5+  years)  
    • What is interactivity?
    • What  does  interac?ve  elearning  mean  to  you?    Write  your  answer  on  a  piece  of  paper  and/or  share  with  us  in  chat.  
    • NEXT  
    • Interac?vity   defined  
    • 1.  Interac?vity:  two  things  that     work  together…  
    • 2.  Interac?ve:  the  inputs  and  outputs  of     human-­‐to-­‐device/ar?fact  contact.  
    • 3.  Interac?ve:  human-­‐to-­‐human   communica?on!  
    • Interac?vity   lives  on  a   spectrum  of  learner  control   and  user   freedom.    
    • From  passive  ac?vi?es,  to    complete  user  control  and  freedom.  
    • Why do we think we need it in our elearning?
    • Why  does  elearning  need  to  be  interac?ve?    Share  your  answers  in  chat.  
    • But  beware  the  dangers  of  CCBB!     Clicky!  Clicky!  Bling!  Bling!  
    • The  danger  of  “seduc?ve”  details.  
    • Interac?vity  without  context…meaningless?  
    • Avoid  interac?vity  for  interac?vity’s   sake.   Leads  to   Distrac7ng.   Doesn’t   learner     promote   fa7gue.   deeper   understanding.  
    • So what can interactivity* look like?*The kind that we can build without blowing our budget?
    • What  do  you  think  are  the  hallmarks  of  really  effec?ve  interac?vity?    Share  your  answers  in  chat.  
    • Let’s  not  forget  the  best  tool  we  have.   Make  ‘em   cogitate!  
    • Now  let’s  look  at  some  examples….  
    • Get  them  reflec7ng!  
    • Get  them  to  stop  and  think!  
    • What  did  you  think  of  that  example?     What  did  you  hear?  
    • What  do  you  think  of  your  performance?     What  areas  do  you  need  to  work  on?  
    • How  confident  are  you?  
    • Let  them  write  down  their  thoughts  and   feelings.  
    • Let  them  explore  it  on  their  own.  
    • Get  them   feeling!  
    • Make  it  human.  
    • Put  them  in  the  story.    
    • Hook  them  with  a  good  story….  
    • And  then  make  them  really  think  about  it.  
    • Ask  provoca?ve  ques?ons  to  gain  interest.  
    • Make  it  uncomfortable.  
    • Get  them   ac7ng!  
    • Take  Note!  
    • Get  them  into  the  ac?on  and  assess  what’s   going  on.    
    • Make  it  relevant.  
    • And  make  it  relevant  again….  
    • Drop  them  right  into  the  task.  
    • Create  their  own  ac?on  plan!  
    • Give  them  an  ac?vity  to  try  offline.  
    • Have  them  jot  something  down  to  create     their  own  performance  support  tools.  
    • Get  them  to  iden?fy  the  mistakes    (the  kind  they’ll  be  likely  make!)  
    • Connect  with  them—that’s    right,  human-­‐ to-­‐human   interac?vity!  
    • The  worksheet  
    • Make  contact!  
    • Have  them  upload  assignments  for  review.  
    • Start  a  conversa?on  with  their  manager.  
    • And,  of  course,  make  use  of  social  business   tools  if  you  have  ‘em!  
    • Let’s  review!  Get  them   Get  them   Get  them  reflec7ng.   feeling.   ac7ng/doing.  
    • Think  about  the  projects  you  work  on.      Is  there  anything  new  that  you’ll  add  to  your  list  of  “elearning  interac?vity”  now?  
    • Questions?
    • Interact with us (really!!)Cammy BeanCammy.bean@kineo.comTwitter: @cammybeanSteve WonSteve.won@kineo.com www.kineo.comTwitter: @stevewon Twitter: @kineo LinkedIn: Elearning Professionals
    • Thank you!