Immersive learning is the process of learning with the usage of a simulated or artificial environment. The environment enables the learners to completely get immersed in the learning and in a way that feels like experiencing an actual learning environment. This type of learning is becoming common with regards to online courses and learning. As you establish an online course, you want to create an immersive learning environment, where theory can be used in real-life scenarios. In this blog post we’ll explore the immersive learning in detail, and find answers to all of the questions, that is common for online course teachers or developers.
Speaking of immersive learning, there are many questions that might come to your mind before you start creating such an environment for your online course. Some of these many questions may include:
What does it take to ensure that your learners are fully ‘immersed’ in your eLearning course?
Is there a way to determine if the learners are fully immersed?
What are the chief benefits of attaining immersive learning for your online course?
What does it take to create such an effective environment for learners?
What are the costs of establishing such an environment?
eLearning is now moving to a brand new frontier with the use of immersive learning. This learning mechanism requires 100% of the learner thinking capacity. Therefore, if you want to create an immersive learning environment then your online course may include learning scenarios which are quite relevant to people. If you use various characters in the course, case studies, role plays etc; it significantly helps in effective transfer of knowledge. You may also enrich immersive experience through gamification.