8 Ways to Engage eLearners Infographic


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Do you struggle to engage your staff through e-learning? The 8 Ways to Engage eLearners Infographic provides 8 engagement tips that will leave your learners energised and primed to look at your learning in a different light.

How to Engage eLearners:

  1. Grab their attention.

Be thought provoking, give statistics or quick snippets of real life situations that make your learner sit up and think.

  1. Get them to think

Use οpen input questions giving the learner time to think about what they already know &  what they are unsure of.

  1. Only tell them what they need to know.

Break information down into bite size chunks to allow the learner to absorb the learning fully. Clickable text and graphics are extremely important.

  1. Knowledge checks.

Check learner knowledge throughout the course, making sure it can be applied to realistic situations. Use Multiple Choice, Drag & Drop and give meaningful feedback.

  1. Tell stories.

Bring your e-learning to life! Stories help learners to relate to concepts in real life situations, consolidating any new knowledge.

  1. Use formative assessment.

Use short formative assessments to personalize learning and allow learners to check what they already know and identify gaps in knowledge.

  1. Deliver responsive eLearning.

Using tools like will Adapt Learningallow learners to access learning on the go on mobile and tablet devices

  1. Get the right blend.

Webinars and short quizzes can break up boring eLearning courses. Tools like Encore mobile learning can push small knowledge bites to learners reinforcing & refreshing the learning.

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