Numerous studies have proven that images are a powerful way to tell a persuasive story and improve learning.
There are four tools that have been shown to work with people worldwide: story, video, interactivity and localization.
Achievement stories also provide an opportunity to demonstrate the business value of your learning initiatives to your stakeholders.
Stories are the most efficient way of storing, retrieving and conveying information. Since stories require active participation from the listener, they are the most profound social form of human interaction, communication and learning.
The most effective way to share information using e-learning is to drive the attention of the audience, provide a connection to the training content and reinforce it.
Storytelling is no longer limited to the theater, movies, literature and television; today, organizations are rekindling this ancient art to provide immersive and engaging learning experiences.
Is there a more efficient method of onboarding new employees that also makes them emotionally invested? A technique that significantly reduces their learning curve? A strategy that cuts down on your work but provides more bang for your HR buck?
E-learning is a visual medium. So why do most instructional designers start with words when they design an online course?