18 Spot the Difference E-Learning Games and Interactions #228

Spot the Difference E-Learning Games RECAP #228: Challenge | Recap

This week’s challenge asked course designers to share e-learning examples based on the popular puzzle games. The examples include creative ways to identify hidden slide objects, use variables as counters, and track and record the number of attempts and finds.

Sam Lincoln

Sam Lincoln

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Alexander Salas

Alexander Salas

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Andrzej Jabłoński

Andrzej Jabłoński

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Stefano Craba

Stefano Craba

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Angelica Serratos

Angelica Serratos

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Lori Carlson

Lori Carlson

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Aman Vohra

Aman Vohra

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Ryan Mitchell

Ryan Mitchell

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Karyn Jones

Karyn Jones

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Andy Gibson

Andy Gibson

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Syed Amjad ali

Syed Amjad ali

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Samuel Apata

Samuel Apata

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Joanna Kurpiewska

Joanna Kurpiewska

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Paul Alders

Paul Alders

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Jodi Sansone

Jodi Sansone

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Cheryl Elliott

Cheryl Elliott

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Zsolt Olah

Zsolt Olah

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Megan Gesing

Megan Gesing

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