Calling Attention to Engage Navigation
Feb 21, 2012
I'm wondering if anyone has any tips on how to get users to realize that the Engage navigation arrows at the top of most of the interactions are different than that Presenter navigation arrows at the bottom of a course. We have all of our Engage interactions set to "Allow User to Leave Interaction: Anytime" because we don't want to force users to click on every element, especially those users that may be returning to a module to review one piece of information. However, we find that people get in the flow of using the Presenter back/forward arrows to move from one slide to the next, and when they get to a slide with an Engage interaction, they see the first tab/FAQ/etc and then click the Presenter forward arrow and don't even realize that they missed all the subsequent information in the Engage interaction.
I'd like to find a way to remind users that they can click on each tab/FAQ/etc. or use the Engage navigation to see all the information in the interaction without stating it in the text on the initial element of each interaction. Does anyone have any suggestions?