Looking to learn more about sliders, or just curious how they can be used in e-learning? You won't want to miss the sliderrific examples shared in last week’s slider challenge.
A super big welcome to this week’s first-time challengers: Frances Steinberg, Robbie Chui, Kawstov FLIP, Joanna Kurpiewska , Katarzyna Harasym, Bonnie Jeansonne, Munesh Ramprashad, Pamela Davison, Matthew Mason, Leon Geschwind, and Paulina Bobrowska. Thanks for joining the challenges and sharing your ideas. We’re glad you’re here!
Use the slider to find the correct answer to math problems.
3D Rotation Sliders
Rotate objects by dragging the slider.
Stop-Motion Animation Sliders
Drag the slider to view the trotting pig motion.
Paper Doll Sliders
Drag the slider to try on different doll clothes and accessories.
Customize your cookie order using sliders.
Creative concept using image sliders to reveal objects hidden in pockets.
Furniture Instruction Sliders
Self-paced technical instructions using sliders. Could also be used for software tutorials.
Workplace Safety Sliders
Drag the slider to learn more about site safety equipment.
Website Customization Sliders
Drag the sliders to customize your websites background, fonts, and color scheme.
iPhone 6 Product Slider
Product tour using interactive sliders.
No one makes the slider like Bert's! Test yer slider-fryin' skills in this "well done" interaction by Dan.
Drag the sliders to view the rotating canoe.
Scuba Steve Blows Bubbles
About the E-Learning Challenges
The weekly challenges are ongoing opportunities to learn, share, and build your e-learning portfolios. You can jump into any or all of the previous challenges anytime you want. I’ll update the recap posts to include your demos.
Share Your E-Learning Slider Examples!
The slider challenge is still open! If you have one or more ideas you'd like to share, please jump over to the original challenge and post your links in the comments section. I'll update this recap page to include your examples.