Interactivity

Interactivity

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Term2.png INTERACTIVITY
A communication process in which each message is related to the previous messages exchanged, and to the relation of those messages to the messages preceding them. It also refers to the ability of the learner to respond in some way to the learning material and obtain feedback on the response; there are two kinds of interactivity: [1]
  1. Learning material interactivity, involving the learners' interaction with the medium, the level and the immediacy of feedback the medium itself provides, and the extent to which the medium will accommodate learner’s own input and direction
  2. Social interactivity, the extent to which learners interact with instructors and with each other via a given medium.



References

  1. www.learningcircuits.org (5 March 2008), Wikipedia (1st July 2008)