If you are using eLearning resources, planning to develop, or are just interested in this type of training, you should know that eLearning courses can be classified according to the level of interactivity offered.
According to these levels of interactivity, you can determine how interactive you want your eLearning courses to be. Therefore, if you are just looking to distribute basic information, a simple page-turner course could meet your requirements. However, if you are looking for actual engagement and interaction by the learner, a more interactive eLearning course is a must-have. It's a fact that the more interactive the course, the more effective it will be in achieving the learning objectives.
You can browse this site if you want to get more information about learning levels of interactivity.
Which levels of interactivity do you need?
The interaction level that fits the most for your company and your corporate objectives is based on many factors, for example:
-The nature of the content
-Your technological infrastructure
Level of Interaction: This is a metric used in eLearning that refers to concepts such as user interaction, complexity, and level of sophistication of the course.
Let's look at the details:
Level 1. Passive-no interaction
This level is what is commonly referred to as 'page-turners'. The course is linear and could be considered basic training, in which the student acts only as an information receiver.
Basically, the sequence of screens is fixed and the student can not choose the order in which you want to see the content, return to a previous topic or browse freely. It is a level that isn't very motivating to the learner. This is barely considered eLearning, however, it can be effective for communicating simple concepts, and is relatively inexpensive to develop.
At this level learners do not interact with resources, they just have:
-Graphics, images, and simple animations
-Basic quiz questions