As a major contender in pop culture, the world of sports provides a common language, even for non-fans. Most people know what it means if someone is the Michael Jordan of something, if a decision is par for the course, if an idea was a home run, or if someone fumbled the ball on a project.

Here at Articulate, we’ve hosted our share of E-Learning Challenges that focus on sports, including Football, Soccer, and Tennis. And, of course, Articulate 360 apps are game-changers for e-learning pros when it comes to creating courses that cover a variety of content with a roster of impressive interactions.  

You might be wondering how to add a bit of sports flair to your own courses. Well, here are some sports-related examples—including games, quizzes, tutorials, and even a digital magazine—to help get the ball rolling. 

  • Get inspired by Trina Rimmer’s Women in Sports digital magazine, and see how you can use Storyline 360 to organize compelling content in a familiar format.
  • Take a swing at this four-step golf instruction course built by Samuel Apata in Storyline 360. It’s driven by a slider that puts all the control in the learner’s hands, and even follows through with a fun, animated interaction that’s truly a hole in one.
  • Notice how Angela Anderson serves up a Storyline 360 tennis tutorial that combines click-and-reveal interactions with knowledge checks and well-balanced text and visual instructions.
  • Tune in to this Rise 360 course by Mike Schwind, which teaches learners the basics of youth baseball and softball scoring through a series of animated videos and a practice session.
  • Suit up for this soccer game created in Storyline 360 by Stefano Craba, who used random variables and motion paths to let learners experience the cheers and boos of playing goalkeeper. 

If you’re digging all these sports examples, you’ll love exploring our E-Learning Challenges for more inspiration. And snag a free 60-day trial of Articulate 360 to give Storyline 360 and Rise 360 a try so you can create projects just like these. Follow us on Twitter 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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