19 Interactive Ways to Show Dos and Don’ts in E-Learning #303
Showing Opposing Lists in E-Learning RECAP #303: Challenge | Recap
This week’s challenge asked course designers to share creative ideas for showing opposing lists in e-learning. Techniques used include sliders, drag-and-drops, matching, click-and-reveals, and more!
Muhammad Nurul islam
Example | Muhammad Nurul islam | Website | @roelworks
Example | Learn more | Lacey Wieser | Website | @laceywieser
Example | Download | Jodi Sansone | @jodimsansone
Example | Ridvan Saglam | Website | @rbsaglam
Example | Kimberly Eng | Website
Example | Learn more | Jonathan Hill | Website | @DevByPowerPoint
Example | Kristi Oliva | Website
Example | Montse Anderson | Website | @mLearning
Example | Aman Vohra | Website
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Share Your Pro-Con List Examples!
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