eLearning Design and the Fight Against Multi-Tasking

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eLearning Design and the Fight Against Multi-Tasking
A conventional definition of bad eLearning is when a learner does not learn the material or apply what was learned. On this, we blame bad design. But what if someone doesn’t retain anything because they were checking email, listening to music, or shopping on eBay during the online course?

Ah, multi-tasking. The key to hyper-productivity and high performance, right?

Wrong.
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