23 Interactive Mad Libs Examples for Online Learning #216
Mad Libs in E-Learning RECAP #216: Challenge | Recap
This week’s challenge asked course designers to share creative ways to use Mad Libs games in online training.
View project | Holly Castellow
View project | Jennifer Clarke
View project | Elizabeth Miles | Website
View project | Amy Lamb | | Website | @aangrimson
View project | Julie Grosclaude | Website
View project | Sarah Owen | Website
View project | Download | Jodi Sansone | @jodimsansone
View project: Version 1 | Version 2 | Download: Version 1 | Version 2 | Stefano Craba
View project | Aman Vohra | Website
View project | Neal Rowland | Website
View project | Priyanka Chandel
View project | Download | Dave LeFevre | Website
View project | Marlena Sanchez
View project | Kathy Currey | Website
View project | Learn more | Richard Watson | Website | @rwatsonID
View project | Yekaterina Martynova
View project | Przemyslaw Hubisz | @phubisz
View project | Download | Samuel Apata | Website | @afrostem
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