Providing interactive exercises, organizing information into groups and including images are examples of online learning structure. Interactive activities placed throughout the course engages students and maintains interest in the material. Place them strategically at intervals to create a balance between the standard course material and learner interactivity.
Structure course material into logical groups. Break down and organize information into smaller segments for optimum learner retention. Students remember content more easily when it is kept short and presented in modules. Use graphics and images to emphasize ideas and concepts. Images relating to the course material enhance the understanding of the subject and help explain particular points.