E-Learning Challenge Leaderboard

The challenge leaderboard recognizes community members who have completed 10 or more e-learning challenges. To get an idea of how the challenges have grown, compare this year’s leaderboard with the 2014 leaderboard.

Thank you for everything you do to make the weekly challenges an amazing resource for inspiration, practice, and professional development.

Updated: 12/31/2015

1 Jackie Van Nice 103
2 Jeff Kortenbosch 69
3 Nick Russell 66
4 Linda Lorenzetti 63
5 Paul Alders 61
6 Alexander Salas 53
7 Melissa Milloway 53
8 Richard Watson 45
9 Ashley Chiasson 43
10 Joanna Kurpiewska 42
11 Dianne Hope 41
12 Ashi Tandon 38
13 Matthew Guyan 37
14 Nancy Woinoski 37
15 Dan Sweigert 32
16 Allison Nederveld 30
17 Montse Anderson 30
18 Veronica Budnikas 26
19 Cary Glenn 24
20 Cecilia Bernal 23
21 Tracy Carroll 23
22 Charles Hamper 22
23 Daniel Adeboye 20
24 Gerard Friel 19
25 Mary Cropp 19
26 Nagarjuna Veeramallu 19
27 David Lindenberg 17
28 Michael Hinze 17
29 Christine Jeziorowski 16
30 David Anderson 16
31 Gemma Henderson 16
32 Jane Maduke 16
33 Karen Loftus 16
34 Dana Dutiel 15
35 Kristin Anthony 15
36 Amar Kulshreshtha 14
37 Chris Lee 14
38 Mohammad Hassam 14
39 Ian Monk 13
40 Kimberly Bourque 13
41 Tim Slade 13
42 Wilson Santiago 13
43 Ana Lucia Barguil 12
44 Anne Seller 12
45 Phil Mayor 12
46 Tracy Parish 12
47 Ian McConnell 11
48 Michael Burns 11
49 Kartik Tyagi 10
50 Rachel Barnum 10
51 Rich Cordrey 10
52 Ridvan Saglam 10
53 Tom Kuhlmann 10 

Top 20 E-Learning Challenges

Here are this year’s most popular challenges ranked by number of submissions.

1 Show Us Your Custom Navigation Menus for E-Learning 77
2 Design a Cover Slide for the Oddest E-Learning Course Title of the Year 70
3 Using Image Sliders and Photo Galleries in Online Courses 69
4 Using Video Backgrounds to Visually Engage Learners 65
5 Using Interactive Sliders in E-Learning 64
6 Creative Button Styles and Effects in E-Learning 52
7 Show Us Your E-Learning Portfolio 50
8 Before and After: Showing Visual Comparisons in E-Learning 49
9 Give Your Course an App-Style Navigation 47
10 Show Your E-Learning Work with Your New and Improved Member Profiles 46
11 E-Learning Icons: Show and Share Your Favorite Styles 43
12 Instructional Design Tips That Really Pop 42
13 Interactive Org Charts in Online Training 42
14 How Can You Use Pantone's Color of the Year 2016 in E-Learning? 42
15 Gamify an E-Learning Course 39
16 Show Us Your Best Folder Tabs Interactions 38
17 Take Your E-Learning on a Summer Fakecation 38
18 E-Learning Games for Kids 37
19 Give Your E-Learning Skills a Checkup With This Medical Template Challenge 37
20 Awaken Your E-Learning Force 37 

About the 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.

If you have a blog, please consider writing about your challenges. We’ll link back to your posts so the great work you’re sharing gets even more exposure.

If you share your demos on Twitter, try using #ELHChallenge so your tweeps can track your e-learning coolness.

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