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The most important rule for the transfer of knowledge is that contact must be made with your audience. This is achieved by asking questions and by checking whether they understand the material at hand, speeding up the process if it’s clear, repeating things when unclear and finally, by offering more detail.
The same principles apply to E-learning. Whether it’s about training new employees, explaining pension schemes, or maths lessons for children, E-learning is at its most effective when the audience get involved in the material.
With the Interactive Module of our Online Video Platform, you can simply add interaction to every E-learning video. In doing so, you introduce layers to the video and keep the material manageable. The viewer learns at his/her own pace and level. By asking and answering questions in the video the viewer remains engaged and involved at all times.
Result: the percentage of viewers who watch the entire interactive video is, on average, 46% higher than the percentage for linear, non-interactive videos. Users assess interactive videos with a grade of 8.2/10 while linear video scores 6.1/10.
Advantages of Interactive Videos in E-Learning
Do’s for interactive E-learning services:
Divide the video material into chapters.
Add buttons to share, repeat or even skip.
Give extra detail or explanations with video-in-video.
Ask questions and allow the viewer to answer these within the video.
Whether you need to train new employees to make fresh smoothies, provide explanations on pension schemes, or present a maths lesson for children: with interactive E-learning you convey information in a clear, straightforward way.
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