Should we force navigation in online learning?

Have you ever taken a course where the only buttons available were ‘back and next’? This is an example of forced navigation.

But in the absence of forced navigation, how do you make sure that your employees complete the courses you build for them, with the knowledge and skills you intended them to?

In this short video, I question the effectiveness of using forced navigation in digital learning experiences, and share what I rely on to ensure employee competence post course completion.

Must hear tips include:

How forced navigation impacts your employees’ learning experiences

What you should be relying on to confirm that your employees have achieved the course outcomes.

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