Kineo Engage Review & Samples

Dec192006
Written by Gabe Anderson — Posted in E-Learning Industry

kineo_logo_site.gif Kineo’s newsletter went out last week, and with it was a great review of Engage, which includes a few sample interactions the consultancy created to highlight what you can do in just minutes with the tool.

“Engage is incredibly easy to use. We would challenge anyone not to be able to produce a nice learning interaction in 30 minutes.

Since you already know some of the creative ways to use the Timeline interaction, it should come as no surprise that one of Kineo’s sample interactions leverages the Timeline for a Short Module on Handling Bad News.

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What kinds of interactions are you building? Add a comment here, or head over to this new forum thread that asks the same question.

2 responses to “Kineo Engage Review & Samples”

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That is a great idea for using the timeline interaction. We have discussed some similar uses. The only weakness here is that it might be easy to misunderstand and believe that all of the reactions shown are part of a process. This would especially be the case if your learners become accustomed to seeing this interaction applied to linear concepts.

Matthew N. // Posted at 3:39 pm on December 19th, 2006
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We’re having great fun with Engage. It takes the time out of development, so we can focus on the interaction.

Here’s an interaction we developed for our Web Conferencing Facilitation class.

Michael Henry // Posted at 11:26 pm on December 20th, 2006

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