24 Weeks of E-Learning Examples

Congratulations on rocking another 12 weeks of e-learning challenges.

Instead of doing a challenge this week, I thought it would be a great time to look back at the amazing examples you guys shared over the past three months. Take the week to go through the projects, or use the time to catch up on a challenge or two you missed.

I feel incredibly fortunate to be part of this community. It's not easy to show and share one's work. That's true for newbies as well as course-designing gurus. But you guys take that risk each week and the community rewards your efforts with feedback, support, and new friendships.

About the challenges

Miss a challenge?

Challenges are always open—there's never a deadline to submit an idea. If you missed a challenge, just add your demo to the comments and we'll update the weekly recap and the quarterly recap to include your samples. The best way we know how to thank you for sharing is by promoting what you do.

Got an idea for a challenge?

I'm always taking ideas for future challenges. I think our editorial calendar is filled through June, but I can always move things around for the right challenge. If you have an idea for a challenge, I definitely want to hear it.

Looking for previous challenges?

You can find the first 12 challenges in this recap post.

Here are summaries and links to the latest 12 weekly challenges:

Give Your Quiz Results Slides a Makeover

Create a Radiant Template with Pantone’s Color of the Year

Creating Custom Drag-and-Drop E-Learning Interactions

Using Job Aids in E-Learning

Using Characters in E-Learning

Screencasts and Software Simulations in Online Training

Ask Your Learners to Prove They’re Learning

Beyond the Basic Drag-and-Drop Interaction

Olympic-Themed E-Learning Template

Decision Map to Branching Scenarios

Create a Simple E-Learning Game

Instructional Design Tips That Really Pop

You can view everyone’s poster designs on Pinterest.

Post written by David Anderson