17 Tiny E-Learning Examples #331

 

Tiny E-Learning Examples RECAP #331: Challenge | Recap

 

This week’s challenge asked course designers to step outside their comfort slide to show what’s possible in a 100 x 100 slide size. 

Jonathan Hill

Jonathan Hill

Example | Download | Jonathan Hill | Website | @DevByPowerPoint

Jodi Sansone

Jodi Sansone

Example | Download | Jodi Sansone | Website | @jodimsansone

Jen Edgerton

Jen Edgerton

Example | Jen Edgerton

Richard Mulcahy

Richard Mulcahy

Example | Richard Mulcahy

Ang CM

Ang CM

Example | Ang CM

Ron Katz

Ron Katz

Example | Discuss | Ron Katz | Website

Kimberly Eng

Kimberly Eng

Example | Kimberly Eng | Website

Chris Hodgson

Chris Hodgson

Example | Chris Hodgson | Website | @skriss

Joel Colley

Joel Colley

Example | Joel Colley

Molly Fisher

Molly Fisher

Example | Molly Fisher

Sharon Stahrfisher

Sharon Stahrfisher

Example | Sharon Stahrfisher

Hilla Schlegel

Hilla Schlegel

Example | Hilla Schlegel

Melissa Santoso

Melissa Santoso

Example | Melissa Santoso

David Field

David Field

Example | David Field

Aman Vohra

Aman Vohra

Example | Aman Vohra | Website

Fay Hsueh

Fay Hsueh

Example | Fay Hsueh

Brenda Barley-Kay

Brenda Barley-Kay

Examples | Brenda Barley-Kay

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