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|There is probably no doubt that learner engagement is paramount
, for the success of any course. In a face-to-face training, the instructortrainer interacts directly with learners and ensures that they are tied up in the course. However itís altogether a different ball game for self-paced eLearning and online courses, which lack human touch.
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I think, interactivity and interactions can play an important role there. Interactivity is said to create a meaningful interchange between the learner and the course, through which active learning takes place. So, how essential are learning interactions to eLearning? It occurred to me that I could actually get this query answered from some eLearning experts. I mentioned this to my team and we got into action. We got an expert panel together and put forth this question to them. Each of them had a lot to share, and most of them had similar opinion on the question. I have picked up the key excerpts from all conversations. Here is it for you all to read: