Digital Tool Overload

Digital Tool Overload

An e-learning expert on why too many online tools work contrary for a learner.

Naresh Kumar
  • 10 september 2010

Author and E-learning expert Jane Bozarth explores the overload of tools in websites and in online learning and social platforms, which often don’t add any value but rather overwhelm the learner. She says that just as too much content by writers can bury the reader, so too fancy tools such as pop ups, heavy videos and other widgets added by designers can distract the audience and defeat the purpose of trying to teach them.

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