Making Text-Heavy Content easier to consume
Hey, everyone. I am using Articulate Storyline 3 to develop an onboarding online course that is built like a scavenger hunt. For each item the learner must find, they are provided with multiple "lifelines" where they can look for the answers if they don't know them (most of the information is on our company intranet - which is ginormous because we have over 500,000 employees at our company).
However, there is one piece of information that is not published electronically anywhere. Rather, it's posted on the walls throughout the department for which I am developing this eLearning. So, I am going to need to include this very text-heavy piece in the eLearning as part of the introduction.
I have been trying to stay away from including text heavy materials in the eLearning. My goal is to have the learner interacting with the eLearning at least once every 1.5 to 2 minutes - so if they have to spend time reading 7 wordy tenets - that goes against this goal, and I am concerned I will lose their interest.
Any ideas? I have considered embedding a VideoScribe or Vyond video on the learning where the tenets are written on a whiteboard, but that still feels like passive rather than active learning.
Any ideas? Thanks!