This week’s challenge asked course designers to share creative ways to use tabbed navigation and interactions in e-learning. Tabs are one of the most common interactions in course design so it’s no surprise this was one of the most popular challenges.
Thanks to everyone who shared an example, download, or feedback this week. And special thanks to our first-time challengers: Xavier Toyos, Kimberly Eng, Gurbet Akdogan, Amanda Voydetich, Nuno Cardoso, and Aroha Yates. Thanks for sharing this week!
Syed Amjad Ali
Janie Liz Sampaga
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Share Your Tabs Interaction Examples!
The tabbed interaction 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.