16. Scavenger Hunt

Here’s the Scavenger Hunt learning interaction from my eBook, Engaging Interactions For eLearning:

Description: This is a great interaction for teaching learners how to use new web sites and other information systems. Present the learner with a list of items that they must find – using a web site or information system – to complete this exercise. Have the learner obtain different pieces of information and then come back to plug the values into fields on the page. To do this, they will have to explore this new resource and become familiar with its navigation, search features, etc.
Example: Have the learner try to find nuggets of information on an intranet site. An example question would be, "What department is in charge of determining the pricing of our products?" The learner would research the question and then come back and enter, "Sales and Marketing," or something similar.
Level(s) of Interaction: 2, 3
Knowledge Type(s): Factual

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