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Trina Rimmer

Hi Malvika. Based on your previous conversation with Allison, it sounds like you're referring to "levels" in the context of interactivity? If so, the information Allison provided is probably the same I would offer. If you're still in search of more examples of interactivity, hopefully a few more of our community members will chime in with their suggestions.

And if you're looking for examples of "levels" as in Kirkpatrick's Levels of Evaluation, let me know and I can pull a few together for you from our Examples hub.

 

Trina Rimmer

Thanks for clarifying, Malvika. As I said, the E-Learning Examples hub that Allison pointed you to contains hundreds of examples of all types of e-learning—some highly interactive (level 3 at least) and some more passive (level 1). What makes something "interactive" is somewhat subjective in my experience, so I would suggest you explore the examples in that hub and determine which ones fit your criteria for each level of interactivity.