|Lesson 5 || The Web Interaction Model and other models |
|Objective ||Explain How the Web Interaction Model integrates other Models |
Explain How the Web Interaction Model integrates other Models
Although it does not replace the other models we have explored, the Web Interaction Model's integration of other model components
into its five distinct layers allows for a robust illustration of how the Web works.
The following SlideShow shows how the different models relate to each layer of the Web Interaction Model:
In the context of e-Learning, interactivity is defined as "the function of input required by the learner while responding to the computer, the analysis of those responses by the computer, and the nature of the action by the computer."