Hello all. I'd appreciate some feedback. I've been spending time on Lynda.com and Masterclass.com, both of which are video courses, or people on screen lecturing in a conversational style.
As a proponent of linear learning, where context is presented usually with a narrator and static character (we've used animated puppets, but I found them distracting), followed by either example or interaction.
The question: Would video of a "teacher" relating the context be more effective than the characters? Would it be less effective, or no difference?
This is for hardware and software product training.