20 Scrolling Panel Examples for Your Next E-Learning Project #387
Scrolling Panel Examples RECAP #387: Challenge | Recap
Scrolling panels are a go-to option when you're looking for ways to present images, text blocks, or other graphics that don't fit well on a slide. Scrolling panels can be used to break up content into manageable chunks, making it more digestible for your learners. This week's challenge asked course designers to share creative ways scrolling panels can be used to manage content in e-learning.
Example | Leanne Suttles | Website
Example | Blog | Jonathan Hill | Website | @DevByPowerPoint
Jodi M. Sansone
Example | Download | Jodi M. Sansone | Website | @jodimsansone
Example | Chris Hodgson | Website | @skriss
Example | Download | Samuel Apata | Website | @afrostem
Example | Blog | Tracy Carroll | Website | @1tracycarroll
Example | Yvonne Urra-Bazain | Website
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The 2022 scrolling panel 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.