Discussing eLearning Interactions

Over the next several weeks, I will write about each of the 25 eLearning interactions presented in my eBook. I will post each interaction’s information, as outlined in the eBook, along with additional thoughts, design considerations, disclaimers, and (hopefully) examples. I strongly encourage you to contribute in any of the following ways:

  • Have you built similar interactions? Please describe your experience.
  • Can you provide a link to show your example(s)?
  • What tools did you use / would you use to build the interaction?
  • What would you do differently, and why?

There aren’t many great places on the web to find solid eLearning examples. I’m hoping we can change that here. I’ll be posting the first interaction, Scattered Steps, tomorrow (Thursday) night. Get ready – I’m going to need your help!

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1 Response to “Discussing eLearning Interactions”


  1. 1 Radha October 8, 2007 at 4:49 am

    I would like to introduce a tool for interaction building. We are the makers of a tool called Raptivity which is a rapid interactivity builder. It helps trainers, educators and subject matter experts create effective learning interactions quickly and easily. Raptivity has a pre-built library of 200+ learning interactions which include games, simulations, videos, puzzles, brainteasers, interactive diagrams and many more. Have a look at
    http://www.raptivity.com/Demo Courses/Interactivity Builder Sample Course/Index.html to see various examples of learning interactions in Raptivity. Raptivity recently won the Technology and Learning Excellence Award 2007. Raptivity is also the winner of eLearning Guild Platinum Award for highest user satisfaction in simulation tools category and Gold Award under games tools category.


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