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Learning has shifted from instructor-centered to learner-centered. It is important for designers of instruction to remember the audience plays a key role in the success of achieving understanding. Instructional designers not only have to know their target audience, but integrate the audience into the actual learning experience by creating interactive instruction. Designers cannot merely expect learners to achieve success by simply watching a video; there needs to be an interactive component in the instruction that integrates the learner. Because interactivity encompasses sharing and collaborating with others, it is important to acknowledge the substantial significance of Web 2.0 network technologies that have the potential to promote learner's success beyond a conventional classroom.
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