Click-and-reveal activities are a useful, easy, and common interaction to add interest to your elearning content. Storyline comes with a layer system that allows you to add content that can be triggered by clicking on things, but that sometimes becomes an issue depending on how you want your elearning to be displayed when a click-and-reveal has several clickables and each item has its own audio. Generally, an elearning slide has a base layer, followed by other content layers.
Whatever you are training for, or how you are doing it, it’s key to sustain what your learners have learned. Here are some key points to consider when trying to keep training alive: Personal motivation – training should help employees solve issues that they have to deal with on a daily basis. Make sure you give them the opportunity to use their new skills in the first few weeks so they can experience some early wins. Refreshers – job aids, elearning or classroom based trainin
It is always a good idea to have a clear process when you want to develop something both effectively and accurately. Of course, there are different approaches to how you can tackle the development of an eLearning module, but through a series of posts, we will discuss what we have found here at Pathways, to be a best practice for programming eLearning modules. In part 1, we will cover the programming part of the eLearning modules. On a later post (part 2), we will cover the QA