Multi-slide templates are perfect for e-learning developers stuck in design limbo. They provide structure to the design, layout, and flow of an e-learning course. Common Storyline layouts include quizzes, scenarios, and interactions that can quickly be customized to align visually with a project’s topic.

With these great examples, you’ll have all the inspiration and help you need to create your next course.

  • Jodi Sanson’s modern template for this fictional university is sure to leave a positive first impression on incoming students.
  • One look at this magical course example by Samuel Apata and you’ll want to enroll in the School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
  • Tracy Carroll shows what’s possible when we use comic book templates to build an engaging compliance course.
  • This colorful course starter template by Przemyslaw Hubisz features smooth vertical and horizontal transitions that look great on students’ phones.
  • Dianne Hope’s interactive syllabus is the inspiration you need to develop content that gives your learners something to look forward to this semester.
  • Start your next course with a BANG! when you use this comics-inspired Storyline template from Jeffrey Riley.

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