It is not lengthy in content.
It is not hard to interpret.
Instead, it is informal, short and engaging.
It uses storytelling and on-screen interactions to involve the learner.
It is not just for employees.
It does not require expensive hosting servers (LMS).
It is for several audiences.
It is easy to display, share, and consume.
Boondocked Media’s official definition:
An interactive learning communication is a concise collection of knowledge or thought leadership relayed through storytelling and on-screen interactions and delivered in a HTML5 format, with or without a learning management system, from an individual or business to at least one of their three audiences inclusive of employees, customers, or community.
Why should you curate interactive learning communications and how does it benefit you and your company? That will be answered in the next post.