Having a button to enable whether watching the video is mandatory before moving on to next slide.
Hi Beatrice Matei,
This is a request I receive often when assisting coworkers in setting up courses and I always envision scenes from A Clockwork Orange. I have used SCORM to set timers on slides to prevent users from being able to skip ahead regardless of if they choose to watch the video or not. Even if we require viewing, set timers, or lock the course down like Fort Knox, we don't control an individual's attention. If you're using Arc you can actually see if users are viewing the video, skipping the video entirely, or skipping ahead. Arc Guide
I've had better luck using incentives like telling the learner that there will be a quiz question or 5 about what was in the video, etc. or hiding an Easter egg like a secret contest. Just some ideas you can use today.
I hope this helps,
I totally understand the A Clockwork Orange reference and I agree forcing people to watch videos doesn’t mean they will actually do it instead of just letting the video play in the background.
I am already using ARC and wasn’t familiar with SCORM yet, will definitely have to look into it because it sounds like a good solution!
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