Star Wars E-Learning Challenge #109

Star Wars E-Learning #110: Challenge | Recap

We’re officially one week away from the premiere of The Force Awakens! If you’re as excited as I am, then you know how long the next seven days are going to feel. Thankfully, we have the e-learning challenges to keep us occupied!

To help you kick off this week’s challenge, check out the Star Wars-themed entries from previous challenges:

Vader the Interrogator

Help Leia and Chewbacca respond correctly to Vader’s questions and secure the alliance in this quiz from Trina Rimmer.

Vader the Interrogator

View demo | Learn more | Trina Rimmer

Empire Ethics Training (1977)

Even the Empire needs annual ethics training. Test your ethics skills in this creative scenario from David Lindenberg.

Empire Ethics Training (1977)

View demo | Learn more |  David Lindenberg

Star Wars Pictograms (PowerPoint)

Download a free set of editable Star Wars characters created in PowerPoint.

Star Wars Pictograms (PowerPoint)

Download | David Lindenberg

Star Wars Pictograms

Learn how to build your own vector characters in PowerPoint.

Star Wars Pictograms

Learn more | Gerard Friel

Closed Captions Demo

Cool use of pop-up captions for videos by Matt Guyan.

Closed Captions Demo

Conversations w/ Captions by @MattGuyan

Challenge of the Week

Build a Star Wars-themed interaction, this week your challenge is. Okay, that’s the best Yoda impression I can do.

You can design any type of interaction you like as long as it’s related to Star Wars. For ideas, check out this community discussion where members shared ideas for this week’s challenge. Here are a few highlights from the thread:

Last Week’s Challenge:

Before you make the jump to lightspeed in this week’s challenge, check out the instructional design cheat sheets your fellow community members shared over the past week:

Instructional Design Job Aids and Cheat Sheets #109

Instructional Design Job Aids RECAP #109: Challenge | Recap

 

Wishing you a Force-tastic week, E-Learning Heroes!

New to the E-Learning Challenges?

The weekly challenges are ongoing opportunities to learn, share, and build your e-learning portfolios. You can jump into any or all of the previous challenges anytime you want. I’ll update the recap posts to include your demos.

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