Designing Engaging Asynchronous e-Learning (Spring 2013)

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In recent years, e-learning has gained a reputation for being dull and tedious, but doesn’t have to be. Learn how to design e-learning that motivates learners to change their behavior. Study real-life examples and assess what was done well and what could be improved. Explore ways to meet the design challenges of creating absorbing, individualized learning experiences using games, simulations, and other interactive methods that fulfill learning objectives and keep the learner engaged.

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In recent years, e-learning has gained a reputation for being dull and tedious, but doesn’t have to be. Learn how to design e-learning that motivates learners to change their behavior. Study real-life examples and assess what was done well and what could be improved. Explore ways to meet the design challenges of creating absorbing, individualized learning experiences using games, simulations, and other interactive methods that fulfill learning objectives and keep the learner engaged.

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