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Thursday, 15 March 2012

The importance of un-mediated feedback ...

Just back from a feedback session with students about learning packages created with Articulate. Articulate has a variety of options on how engage interactions (created with one part of the Articulate Studio package called Engage) can be set up. And again, when 'publishing' a product there are options (and different combinations thereof) to choose from. Getting it right ain't easy, and trying to do so can get you stuck in a dilemma:


Hence the direct feedback from users is invaluable. But the feedback itself doesn't necessarily provide the 'correct' solution, because often there isn't one that fits all. Very important point taken: try to realise as much freedom for users of learning packages as possible. Even if it comes at the cost that learners might 'miss out' on something.

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