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Many of us can remember carrying rubber-banded notecards in our backpacks. We’d flip through these homemade flashcards to test our understanding of important material, such as a foreign language or chemistry diagrams. This learning tool is simple, accessible, and—most important—effective, making it a go-to for many long after graduation.

Analog flashcards translate really well to e-learning. They give learners a chance to challenge their understanding of course topics and receive immediate feedback on their responses. And through the generosity of the E-Learning Heroes community, it’s easy to build out your own flashcard interaction. Just download one of these freebies and make it your own:

  1. Engage learners with the fun colors, custom animation, and icons from Content Library in this delightful example by Montse Anderson.
  2. Provide learners with helpful info in this fun download by Ashi Tandon.
  3. Let learners test themselves and grade their own responses in this download by Karen Walker.
  4. Organize lots of information onto one slide with this unique interaction by Piotr Peszko.

Want to use a template you see here, but don’t have Storyline? Start a free 30-day trial of Articulate 360, which includes Storyline 360—the latest version of Storyline with continuously updated new features. And come back to E-Learning Heroes regularly for more helpful advice on everything related to e-learning. If you have any questions, please share them in the comments.

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