A learning object is a discrete digital activity designed to result in a targeted learning outcome. TIM customized learning objects engage learners in interactive experiences that can include multimedia like video, graphics, narrative, animation, and applets. These activities require learners to think critically, manipulate data, select among options, and solve problems. Learners receive immediate feedback which further enhances content understanding and performance outcomes.
Examples of learning objects in our repertoire include:
- Branching logic trees
- Interactive case studies
- Mini games
- Interactive multimedia presentations
- Interactive simulations