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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. And if you tweet your projects, try using #ELHChallenge so we can track the cool demos you share.
Thanks, E-Learning Heroes! You folks do awesome work!
Author: Melissa Milloway
Jackie Van Nice adapted her game template for a sales training project with a tropical theme and Mai Tai progress meter. You can read all about Jackie’s project over at her blog. Jackie also shared a PowerPoint version of her game template.
Author: Jackie Van Nice
Blog post: Sell Like Your Surfboard Depends On It!
Author: Mary Cropp
Author: Richard Watson
Website: Bridgehill Learning
Author: Scott Truelove
Nick Russell shared another creative demo with this corporate game that takes learners on an ethical journey while trapping demons in a cookie jar. You heard me. Check out the demo and the Storyline template he shared. Awesome, Nick!
Author: Nick Russell
Website: Benchmark English
Dan Sweigert rocked out with this e-learning hit that teaches learners what it takes to break into the music business. You can read more about Dan’s rock star project over at his blog. Great job, Dan!
Author: Dan Sweigert
Blog post: E-Learning for Rock Stars
Author: Julia B
Author: Daniel Brigham
Website: Brigham Communications
Earn a piece of the World Cup after completing each leg of this football journey quiz from Paul Alders.
Author: Paul Alders
Pinterest: The Dutch Journey to Brazil
It’s time to stop doing somersaults and started learning to plot stars. Fun trivia game from community member Gemma Henderson.
Author: Gem Henderson
Website: Gemma Henderson
Blog post: Steal This E-Learning Template
Getting packages out the door requires more than most folks would expect. Follow a shipment through each stage of of shipment in this warehouse challenge game.
Author: Liz Braden
Website: CSI Designs
James adapted the template to fit a more standard aspect ratio in his call center game. Great use of color to indicate quality of response.
Profile: James Anderson
Website: James Anderson III
With a little help from the doctor, Amanda just might have a chance at passing her history exam. Great demo, Linda!
Author: Linda Lorenzetti
Nancy celebrates Canada Day by taking learners on a learning road trip in this fun and challenging trivia quiz.
Author: Nancy Woinoski
Website: Pinched Head
Jennifer brewed up a fun coffee quiz for her first challenge entry.
Author: Jennifer Jakob
Website: Jennifer Jakob
LinkedIn: Jennifer Jakob
Can You Steal This E-Learning Template?
The template challenge is still open! If you have one or more ideas you'd like to share, please jump over to the original challenge and post your links in the comments section. I'll update this recap page to include your examples.