If you’re new to the E-Learning Heroes community, here’s a quote from member and contributor Chris Hodgson, which we feel really captures the spirit of this place:
“The e-learning community here is so generous with sharing free resources for everybody that I wanted to give something back.”
Thanks for the kind words, Chris. After all, the goal of any good community is to pool knowledge and experience for the benefit of all members. Like a rising tide that lifts all boats, we're excited to float you these 11 new Storyline 2 templates:
- Check out Paul Alders' animated progress counter download, which can help you inject a bit of excitement into your plain old progress meters.
- Make your learners feel like contestants on a thrilling game show with this blockbuster-style quiz game template by Chris Hodgson.
- Try this nested menu with animation effect template by Josh Stoner to give learners a truly unique way to navigate content by revealing more info with each click.
- Grab this elegant additional resources template created by Community Manager Nicole Legault, which features interchangeable icons that can be customized to fit any course design.
- Inspire your learners with the genuine classroom feel of this science fair academic template by Jackie Van Nice.
- Let your learners experience content at their own pace by pausing and playing multimedia with this simple toggle trigger template, also by Nicole Legault.
- List materials, products, ingredients, action items, and more with this beautiful checklist interaction template by David Anderson. To learn more about how this template was built, watch the screencast.
- Try this simple notecard interaction template, also by David Anderson, which lets learners explore virtually any type of content in a freeform way by clicking notes on the slide. You can also check out this screencast to see how he made the template.
- Need a way test your learners’ ability to identify items by dragging them to different targets? Look no further than this drag-and-drop sorting interaction template by David Anderson. If you want to see how he built this template, watch this screencast.
- Use this simple timeline interaction template, also by David Anderson, to present chronological or sequenced information into a single interaction. He also shared this screencast to show how he built his template.
- To find out how to organize content so it's easy for learners to explore related material, check out this slick yet simple tabs interaction template by David Anderson. And learn more about how he built this template by watching the screencast.
Hooked on that community feeling? Check out our Articulate Storyline downloads hub, where you’ll find tons of free, inspirational downloads. And don’t miss our E-Learning Examples Hub for great demos of everything you can do with Articulate Studio and Articulate Storyline 2.