The Critical Importance Of Learner Experience In eLearning

by Docebo

An L&D program is only as effective as a user’s capacity to actually use the LMS software that supports the L&D program. Download this paper to learn how to improve your learner experience.

Key Chapters

  1. Aren’t User Interface and User Experience the Same Thing?

    User experience is an individual’s interactions with technology, while learner experience is an individual’s interactions with all learning activities.

  2. Learner Experience is the Weakest Link in the eLearning Chain

    If learning isn’t rendered easy and accessible at the point of learning, then the whole enterprise of effective L&D is over before it begins.

  3. The Essential Element of Friction in Learning Effectiveness

    To ensure your learner experience is successful, follow the three “E’s” of learner experience: Expedience, Efficiency, and Effortlessness.

  4. The Elements of a Great Learner Experience

    A great learner experience is easy to use, requires minimal system training, is fun to use, and leverages known conventions.

  5. Delivering an Effective Modern Learner Experience

    A modern learner experience must support connectivity, mobility, microlearning, gamification, and more.

  6. Traditional Approaches

    Learner experience also accommodates traditional approaches to learning, such as classroom learning.

What goes hand-in-hand with delivering an effective LX (learner experience) in the 21st century is how we deliver essential information and lessons to our users effectively, through technology. The two cannot be separated, since any LMS worth its salt uses technology to achieve its aims.

You might have the best eLearning content but if the overall learner experience is not satisfactory then your entire eLearning project might fall to pieces. Learn what makes a stellar learner experience and how to design it.

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Christopher Pappas
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