Posts tagged "Progress Indicator"

October 14, 2011

Show me the Progress Bar!

When playing an educational game, going through a course, or answering questions, it’s always desirable by the learners to be able to see a visual indication of their progress. This helps them keep a reality check on how they are performing. The same holds true for learning interactivities and scenarios as well, where a progress bar can indicate whether the learner is headed in the right direction or not.

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