OK, it’s official – the E-Learning Challenges are two years old!
One of the things that makes me proud and grateful is being part of such an engaged and helpful community of e-learning designers. To date, you’ve shared more than 2,200 e-learning examples in 96 challenges! I appreciate everything you share week after week. Thank you!
I figured this would be a cool time to take the week off and catch up on missed challenges. You didn’t think you were completely off the challenge hook this week, did you?
Challenge of the Week
This week your challenge is to catch up on at least one challenge you’ve missed. I’ll recap your entry in the original challenge recap as well as next week’s recap. Having a random selection of challenge entries should make for an interesting recap.
REMEMBER: Post the link to your challenge entry in this challenge so I can include it in next week’s recap. You should also share the link in the original challenge comments so others get notified of your entry.
Top 10 E-Learning Challenges
- Custom Navigation Menus for E-Learning #79 (68 entries)
- Oddest E-Learning Course Title of the Year #73 (64 entries)
- Using Video Backgrounds and Cinemagraphs in E-Learning #95 (59 entries)
- Image Sliders and Photo Galleries in Online Courses #84 (65 entries)
- Interactive Sliders in E-Learning #52 (57 entries)
- Creative Button Styles and Effects in E-Learning #89 (49 entries)
- Show Us Your E-Learning Portfolio #46 (46 entries)
- E-Learning Icons #78 (43 entries)
- Instructional Design Tips That Really Pop #25 (40 entries)
- Interactive Org Charts and Meet the Team #43 (40 entries)
E-Learning Challenges (complete list): https://community.articulate.com/articles/elearning-challenges
Last Week’s Challenge:
Before you let your hair down and head for the punchbowl, check out the education-themed entries your fellow community members shared in last week’s challenge:
Wishing you a happy challenge week, E-Learning Heroes!
New to 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.