High-Interactivity Programs

Active learning is the key to effective and long-lasting learning. At XpertLearning, we recognize this principle and uphold it as the central axis upon which our e-learning programs are made. With our varying degrees of interactivity options, you can create highly interactive programs according to the level of interactivity that suits your time constraints, budget, and learning objectives.


Interactive Scenarios

Scenario-based learning courses feature highly interactive animated case studies that encourage users to apply everything they’ve learned in a simulated environment.

We create interactive scenarios to support active learning strategies that aim at enhancing problem-solving or achieving behavioural change. In this form of learning, the learner will be placed in a scenario or situation that simulates a real-world experience, where they must make the right decision or choose the right action. Based on the selection the learner makes, detailed feedback will be provided for the given scenario or situation to reinforce the learner’s knowledge.

In this interactive approach, the learners will not only be applying their existing knowledge in the scenarios, but they will also be building on their expertise, thus ensuring information retention. A scenario-based approach works best when it is applied to tasks that require the learner to make decisions and to use critical thinking in complex situations. This “Do and learn” approach leads to learners experiencing a high level of participation in the course.



Gamified e-learning challenges learners in an exciting mission, thereby motivating them to absorb and retain as much learning content as possible in a fun environment.

At XpertLearning, we apply game design, game dynamics, game psychology, and game mechanics principles to non-game learning situations to make them highly immersive, interesting, and super engaging. The gamification strategy revolves around challenging and rewarding the learners when they accomplish specific tasks to motivate and train them at the same time. Gamification also makes learning measurable and has an objective for the learner to achieve. It is the best method to reinforce behavioural and conceptual subjects.

To improve performance, we combine gamification and instructional design elements. Our gamification solutions are designed with features like points, badges, or more complex solutions that embed game elements into the core activities. Gamification allows the learner to explore information in a way that does not feel like a test. It is especially effective when it is used to encourage the learner to progress through content, motivate action, and influence behavior.



These courses enable learners to immediately apply their learning to their daily practice, thereby leading to faster skill acquisition.
An application simulation walks the learner through the features & functionalities of a given software application.

To train the learners on a given application, our instructional designers adopt the Teach-Try-Test strategy. Based on this, application training aims to teach the learners through simulation videos, prompting the learner to practice through guided instructions and testing them in the end to validate their understanding.

The step-by-step simulation of any given software helps learners follow the right way to perform actions in the software. Software Simulations can be developed as role-specific, task-specific, or a combination of both.


Compelling Storylines

In this approach, a fictional storyline is built around the courseware combining the power of compelling storytelling and the principles of Instructional Design.

The storyline is plot-driven and depending on the content, there can be multiple plots. This approach provides an immersive learning experience for the learner.

A storyline-based approach grabs and retains the learner’s attention throughout the course and makes the learning interesting, as opposed to meeting a list of objectives. It also enables high retention of the concepts covered in the course– the logic being, you will always remember a good story!


Get in Touch


    Pin It on Pinterest