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Interactive Charts and Graphs RECAP #64: Challenge | Recap

This week's challenge asked course designers to share creative solutions for presenting interactive charts and graphics in e-learning.

Nick Russell

Nick Russell

View demo | Nick Russell | Benchmark Learning

Jackie Van Nice

Jackie Van Nice

View demo | Learn more | Jackie Van Nice | @jackietrains

Alexander Salas

Alexander Salas

View demo | Learn more | Alexander Salas | Website | @stylelearn

 

Gerard Friel

Gerard Friel

View demo | Learn more | Gerard Friel | @gerardfriel

Rich Cordrey

Rich Cordrey

Rich Cordrey | @richardcordrey

Joanna Kurpiewska

Joanna Kurpiewska

View demo | Joanna Kurpiewska | Website | @unicorntraining

Melissa Milloway

Melissa Milloway 

Melissa Milloway | Website | @MelMilloway

Ian Monk

Ian Monk

Ian Monk

David Glow

David Glow

David Glow | Website | @CriticalLearner

Nagarjuna Veeramallu

Nagarjuna Veeramallu

View demo | Nagarjuna Veeramallu | Pixentia | @pixentia

Nancy Woinoski

Nancy Woinoski

View demo |  Nancy Woinoski | Website | @pinchedhead

 

Kawstov Singh

Kawstov Singh

View demo | Learn more & download Kawstov Singh

Jeff Kortenbosch

Jeff Kortenbosch

View demo | Jeff Kortenbosch | Website | @elearningjeff

Allison Nederveld

Allison Nederveld

Learn more | Allison Nederveld | @abnederveld

Matt Guyan

Matt Guyan

View demo | Matt Guyan | Website | @MattGuyan

Elodie Chalmette

Elodie Chalmette

View demo | Learn more | Elodie Chalmette | @echalmette

Ian McConnell

Ian McConnell

View demo | Learn more & Download | Ian McConnell | @tlslearning

Chris Lee

Chris Lee

Chris Lee | Website

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Share Your Interactive Charts and Graphs!

The charts and graphs 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.

How Can E-Learning Designers Present Data Using Interactive Charts and Graphs?