Thanks to everyone who shared demos or feedback in this week's challenge. I know the e-learning community appreciates seeing what you come up with each week.
Remember: The challenges are always open. You can jump into this or any previous challenge anytime and we'll update the recap post to include your work.
Here’s a fun “spot the industry people” game you can play at this year’s DevLearn conference. Bonus points awarded for each selfie you take with one of the speakers!
Cool concept that combines e-learning bingo and flashcards to help learners brush up on industry terms. Jane also shared a printable bingo card so you can practice at your next Lunch and Learn.
This bingo game highlights common complaints about most e-learning. The game also features a creative progress meter that moves the course designer closer to doom each time the user marks a complaint.
Track the number of compliments you give each week in this positively amazing bingo card.
If you’re unable to attend DevLearn this year, you’ll appreciate this humorous bingo card.
This Regrow Food from Scraps bingo game features a creative use of Storyline’s Zoom Image tool to highlight each food square.
There’s a lot going on in this interactive E-Learning Bingo Game. The game features drag-and-drop, countdown timers, animated buttons, a practice mode, and much more. Very nicely done, Alex!
Check out the self-evaluation options in this Anatomy and Physiology bingo game. Review each term and then choose whether you know the term or need to review the term again before the big exam. Fantastic idea with lots of possibilities.
Here's an editable bingo card created in PowerPoint for you to use and edit as you like. The bingo card features the classic 5x5 layout and is rich in e-learning buzzword terms and concepts!
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Share Your E-Learning Buzzword Bingo Games
This week's challenge is still open and we'd love to see your examples. To participate, share a link in the original challenge comments section and I'll update this recap page to include your entry.