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The Holy Trinity of Effective eLearning: Usability, Utility and Desirability

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Usability, along with utility and desirability, unlocks the key to effective eLearning courses. By following these three essential principles, course developers are able to create great learning ...

Usability, along with utility and desirability, unlocks the key to effective eLearning courses. By following these three essential principles, course developers are able to create great learning experiences for learners of all types.

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    The Holy Trinity of Effective eLearning: Usability, Utility and Desirability The Holy Trinity of Effective eLearning: Usability, Utility and Desirability Infographic Transcript

    • The Holy Trinity of Effective eLearning Useful Usable desirable Is it Useful? Will learners actually find it useful? Will learners know they're on the right track? Is it easy to navigate? Is navigation straight-forward? Is the content tailored to fit learners' real-life situations? Does your material acknowledge goal completion? Is it usable? Is your material readable? Will learners gain more clarity of the subject? Can they quickly perform tasks? Can learners easily find what they're looking for? Do interactive elements behave as expected? Are all links working? Is it desirable? Does your course attract to and influence learners? Does your course appeal to their emotions?