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November 17, 2009: Educate, Don't Decorate: Designing Virtual Content that Helps People Learn

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Published on Jan 30, 2014

November 17, 2009: Educate, Don't Decorate: Designing Virtual Content that Helps People Learn

In Ferris Bueller's Day Off, teacher Ben Stein could see his students sleeping and drooling on their desks, he just choose not to do anything to wake them up and engage them. Now, fast forward 20 years, and suppose that Ben's teaching a virtual audience. How does he know who's sleeping, who's actively engaged, and most importantly, who's actually learning? Anyone, anyone?

In this session you will learn how to keep your participants awake, engaged, and learning by: -Using visuals that educate and removing visuals that decorate -Adding interactivity that is relevant and meaningful to your content

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