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Transcript of Web-Based Training
Designing Engaging Online Training
How do we
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multimedia design principles. (Meyer, 2011)
opportunities (Ozcinar, 2009)
Areas of Opportunity
2. Provide opportunities for learner
collaboration. (Boulos, Maramba, and Wheeler, 2006)
Determine the best course layout to engage learners with content.
Design effective assessments through the incorporation of real world scenarios.
Identify strategies for promoting interaction.
Training & Design Specialist
1. Focus on essential information
2. Create a clutter free zone
3. Allow for self directed learning
4. Provide opportunities for interaction
Images and Text
What Can We Do ?
Train the Trainer
(Natriello, 2005; Mayer, 2011)
(Sukyoon et al., 2007)
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