This week’s challenge asked course designers to share their own e-learning challenge and example. Examples include games, quizzes, interactive videos, brain games, and more!
Create an e-learning resource inspired by one of your favourite, existing, applications.
Create a semi-intelligent game in Articulate Storyline.
Recreate an animation effect in Articulate Storyline.
Using sliders to compare and contrast distances.
Convert a double-entry table into an interactive graphic.
Create a double-tab navigation chart in Articulate Storyline.
Create practical training for a travel agency using variables.
Teach learners how to tie a tie with e-learning.
Demonstrate how Action Mapping works using animated stories.
Create a basic game with conditional variables.
Develop an e-learning template with built-in closed captioning.
Create an interactive way to teach users how to make sushi.
Show an example of interactive video in e-learning.
Use the credit sequence of a movie in an e-learning course.
Transform a magazine into an interaction in Articulate Storyline.
Simulate a video game by letting users control character movement.
Create an business game or activity to teach management skills.
Create an interactive game based on popular brain teasers.
Create your own custom illustrated character poses and animate them in Articulate Storyline.
Design an interaction to test how well users see colors.
Design a drag-and-drop activity that’s keyboard accessible for JAWS screen readers.
Design a Zika awareness safety course.
Create an interaction to help learners practice a new language.
Design an example to demonstrate height or distance.
Show an engaging way to teach software training.
Design an e-learning scenario to help users practice decision-making skills.
Design a retro-style computer training interaction.
Use a point-and-click set up to allow a user to explore local history.
Design a mini-course to help research students choose an appropriate topic.
Use motion paths to create a simple, realistic animation-based quiz.
Fun way to teach children and adults the phonetic alphabet.
Design a course to help designers decide on whether to build a course.
Design a branching scenario game where players get to create their own video game company.
Create a fun and creative ways to educate learners using Storyline's variables.
Create looping animations to give a dynamic aspect to courses.
Create a 3D character that can be rotated with Storyline's sliders.
Share a gamification example in a simulation style environment.
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