Scenario-based eLearning has been around a very long time – it pre-dates eLearning itself! Those of us who were designing courses delivered from large mainframes in the 80s worked for some of the largest companies in the world, with budgets that now we can only dream about. However, back then, creating interactive simulation on screen was incredibly labour intensive, hence costly. Things have now change and realistic scenarios that take… Read More »5 Benefits of Scenario Based E-Learning
Jennifer Kerwin of JPL Learning Solutions writes that she often thinks about Choose Your Own Adventure books when creating scenario-based eLearning. She talks about striving to achieve the best knowledge transfer, engagement and interactivity, while honoring and respecting the adult learner, adding that encouraging learners to choose their own adventure through scenario-based eLearning is an excellent way to accomplish these goals. Click here to for a few tips from Jennifer… Read More »Scenario-based eLearning – Tips for the Adventure
In this post, Bryan Jones of eLearning Art takes the use of conversation in eLearning one step further and shows you how a fleshed out conversation can become a mini-scenario. These mini-scenarios put an issue into context and encourage your learners to think about how they would respond in a similar situation. Click here to see what Bryan has to say.
In this post, Christopher Pappas, founder of The eLearning Industry’s Network, walks you through the various aspects of scenario-based eLearning, so that you can design eLearning courses which not only keep the learners motivated and engaged, but provide them with the best possible educational experience that effectively enhances their skill sets and/or knowledge base. Click here to read Christopher’s post in full.