6 Ways to Boost Training Enagement on Courseplay

Here at Courseplay we are always looking for ways to improve the learning experience for our clients. To that end, we have created a quick 6-point guide to help you improve the training engagement rates for your courses on Courseplay. Enjoy!

Here at Courseplay we are always looking for ways to improve the learning experience for our clients. To that end, we have created a quick 6-point guide to help you improve the training engagement rates for your courses on Courseplay. Enjoy!

□  Create a Quiz after Each Module

  • Short 5 question quizzes after each module are highly recommended
  • Ensure the candidates have understood the learning material
  • Get tons of data about pain points, user engagement, content effectiveness, training ROI

□  Enable Course Pace

  • Courseplay provides an option for instructors to recommend the pace at which learners should complete the course with the click of a button
  • If the pace measurement is enabled for a course, learners can compare the percentage of their own progress with the recommended progress they should have made by that date
  • We have found that enabling course pace results in a direct reduction of delays by learners for completing their goals on time

□  Enable the Leaderboard

  • Instill a sense of friendly competition with the course leaderboard!
  • The course leaderboard motivates learners to engage with the course, earn points, achieve a higher rank and climb the leaderboard
  • Points for the leaderboard are earned by completing learning modules, getting better scores on quizzes and contributing to the discussion forum

□  Use Discussions

  • The course discussion forum provided a place for learners to interact with their peers and instructors
  • Learners get a chance to resolve queries, exchange opinions and interact with their peers
  • Any user in the course can start a discussion topic and all users can contribute
  • Instructors may respond and moderate discussions

□  Use Downloadable Media

  • Instructors may upload any useful file to be downloaded by learners while accessing a module
  • Downloadable media may include case study information, prompts for the learner, or any extra information to access side-by-side with a module
  • Can be uploaded for courses, modules, or individual questions
  • A great way to share offline or optional content for learners to keep and access offline

□  Use Interactive SCORM Modules

  • SCORM content can be a combination of images, audio, video, quizzes, and more
  • SCORM content can sometimes be expensive to create, but that is not always necessarily the case
  • This module type allows instructors to include animations and interactions to make the content more engaging and appealing to learners

 

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