How to Develop Engaging E-Learning Content
It can be difficult to create interesting e-learning content for your students or clients.
There are a number of techniques to improve your content to make it more engaging.
1. Using Images:
Images, visual aids, and even videos are far more appealing than reading chunks of text. Using images to explain certain concepts, processes or ideas images, learners, more. Animations are also a great way to pique your audience’s interest and grab their attention.
2. Real-life Scenarios
Present information using simulations and real-life scenarios. This allows your learners to put themselves in the situations and engage with it. It also makes the information they are learning more real instead of being just hypothetical or theoretical. The more real examples provided, the more relatable the content becomes to the learners and it becomes easier to remember the content.
3. Colour Palette
Use colours in your presentations. Monotonous colours even if you are presenting a complex topic may bore your learners even more. Using different colours create different moods and evoke different emotions in people. Fiery reds may grab attention more than dreary greys.
4. Interactive Quizzes or Games
Create interactive quizzes and learning games to administer throughout your classes. Depending on the age group of your learners, you will have to modify the complexity of the games and quizzes.
Create projects that can be done in groups virtually so that learners are engaged with each other. Create discussions throughout the session that allows learners to pause and discuss course content with each other. Sometimes students can learn from each other more easily than they can learn from a teacher. Some students are able to break down content and explain it in simpler terms to their peers as well.