25 Examples of Anthropomorphism in E-Learning

Anthropomorphism in E-Learning RECAP #113: Challenge | Recap

There’s nothing unusual about non-human characters in e-learning! This week’s recap features a colorful cast of anthropomorphic e-learning characters including: toys, rakes, robots, potatoes, kitty cats, and so much more!

Thanks to everyone who shared demos or feedback in this week's challenge.

Gene Rukavina

Gene Rukavina

View project | Gene Rukavina | Website

Jackie Van Nice

Jackie Van Nice

View demo | Learn more | Jackie Van Nice | @jackietrains

Alexander Salas

Alexander Salas

View demo | Alexander Salas | Website | @stylelearn

Alexander Salas

View demo | Alexander Salas | Website | @stylelearn

 

Rambo Levin

Rambo Levin 

View demo | Rambo LevinWebsite | @rambolevin

Phil Mayor

Phil Mayor

View demo | Download | Phil Mayor | Website  | @philmayor

Lyn Lucovsky

Lyn Lucovsky

View demo | Lyn Lucovsky

 

Alexander Salas

Alexander Salas

View demo | Alexander Salas | Website | @stylelearn

 

Amar Kulshreshtha

Amar Kulshreshtha

View demo | Learn more | Amar Kulshreshtha | Website

Tanya Storm

Tanya Storm

View demo | Tanya Storm | Website | @tanyastorm

Zsolt Olah

View demo | Zsolt Olah | Website | @Rabbitoreg

View demo | Zsolt Olah | Website | @Rabbitoreg

Linda Lorenzetti

Linda Lorenzetti

View demo | Learn more | Linda Lorenzetti | Website | @lindalor

Dianne Hope

Dianne Hope

View demo | Learn more | Dianne Hope | Website | @DianneHope

Marcus Ritter

Marcus Ritter

View demo | Marcus Ritter | Website

Rachel Craig

Rachel Craig

View demo | Rachel Craig

Montse Anderson

Montse Anderson

View demo | Montse Anderson | Website | @mLearning

Veronica Budnikas

Veronica Budnikas

View demo | Learn more | Veronica Budnikas | Website | @verobudnikas

David E. Davis

David E. Davis

View demo | David E. Davis

Amy Lamb

Amy Lamb

View demo | Amy Lamb | @aangrimson

Tracy Carroll

Tracy Carroll

View demo | Learn more | Tracy Carroll | Website | @1tracycarroll

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Share Your Anthropomorphic Characters!

The anthropomorphic character 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.

Anthropomorphic Characters in E-Learning #113

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