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Allison LaMotte

Hi Malvika,

It looks like the levels of interactivity in that article go from 1 to 4. Since you're starting out, I just want to point out that there is no industry-standard way of categorizing interaction levels. So when you're speaking to other e-learning designers or your clients it's not always helpful to say "this is a level 2 interaction course", for example. Instead, I would just specifically state the type of interactivity you plan on including, for example: interactive videos, gamification, etc.

On our examples page you'll find a ton of mini-courses at all different levels of interactivity. 

Hopefully that helps! :)