'Click next to continue' instruction - patronising or useful?
I've inherited quite a few 'read and click next' courses that I've been asked to update and publish.
I'm not a big fan of this format and haven't used it much - but I'm not going to have time to reformat all of the courses.
My question is: do I need 'click next to move to the next screen' or similar on each slide, or is this generally considered an obvious instruction?
Another option is to put a note at the start saying 'Use the previous and next buttons to navigate this course' or similar.
Of course, I could always disable the next and previous buttons and add my own that appear when learners need to move on.
What do people recommend?
All ideas welcome.