19 Ways to Use Locked & Conditional Navigation in E-Learning #390
Conditional Navigation in E-Learning RECAP #390: Challenge | Recap
When it comes to e-learning courses, one of the most important factors is navigation. How learners move through and experience your e-learning course can make all the difference in engagement and retention. While learners generally prefer unlocked and open navigation, there will be times when you need a little more control over the way learners experience your course.
In this week's recap post, you'll find creative ideas for using locked and conditional navigation to control how learners move through your course.
Example | Download | Learn more | Jonathan Hill | Website | @DevByPowerPoint
Jodi M. Sansone
Example | Download (Resource tab) | Jodi M. Sansone | Website | @jodimsansone
Example | Download | Joe Waddington
Example | Download (Link in comments) | Yvonne Urra-Bazain | Website
Example | Jackie Blum | Website
Example | Download | Samuel Apata | Website | @afrostem
Example | Download | Brice Maret
Example | Download | Eva Ludowig | Website
Example | TJ Akisanya | Website
Example | Nick Russell | Website
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The conditional navigation 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.