This week’s challenge asked course designers to show how scrolling panels can be used to manage content in e-learning courses. Common use cases for scrolling panels include: displaying large blocks of text, images, and graphics that don’t easily fit on the slide. But we also saw creative ways to use the scrolling panels for masking, parallax, zooming, and other special effects.
Thank you so much for all your ideas, examples, downloads, and comments this week. This was a huge week of e-learning examples.
Syed Amjad Ali
Janie Liz Sampaga
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