ARCS Model

ARCS Model: Definition, principles, tips to aplly it in eLearning and anything you need to know, written from our top eLearning authors.

May 20, 2015

Instructional Design Models And Theories: Keller’s ARCS Model Of Motivation

John Keller is the founder of the ARCS Model of Motivation, which is based upon the idea that there are four key elements in the learning process which can encourage and sustain learners’ motivation. These four elements form the acronym ARCS of the model and stand for Attention, Relevance, Confidence and Satisfaction (ARCS). In this article, I’ll describe each one of them and I’ll share some of the eLearning strategies that eLearning professionals need to know in order to develop really engaging eLearning courses.
by Christopher Pappas
April 22, 2015

5 Tips To Enhance Motivation In eLearning

Well begun is half done; and as regards the eLearning experience, motivation is not only a very good start, but also a particularly critical key in the effectiveness of your eLearning course. In this article I will share 5 tips to enhance motivation in eLearning, so that you will be able to inspire your learners to eagerly experience your eLearning deliverable.
by Christopher Pappas
May 21, 2014

Intrinsic Motivation in Adult E-Learning

Motivation is a critical issue for e-learning. Learners who lose their motivation do not learn, whereas learners who gain and maintain motivation learn what they need and persist to the end of the instruction. How can instructional designers motivate learners in an e-learning context? Designs based upon sound instructional theory integrating intrinsic motivational features are the answer.
by Timothy Maher