Online Tennis Training and Instruction with E-Learning #239

Online Tennis Games and Quizzes #239: Challenge | Recap

"You Cannot Be Serious!" The oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament is set to begin next week. To help you prepare for the biggest Grand Slam event of the year, I’ve rounded up a few interactive tennis examples to inspire this week’s challenge.

Tennis for Dummies

How well do you know the rules of tennis match play? It’s time to find out if you’re a true fan or player in this short but fun e-learning quiz.

Tennis for Dummies

View project | Tracy Carroll

Topspin and Backspin

Learn the basics of "putting some English" on the ball in this interactive demo from Lyn Lucovsky.

Topspin and Backspin

View project | Lyn Lucovsky

Are You Good Enough to Be a Tennis Line Judge?

Here’s a great interactive video example that puts users in the role of line judges at the U.S. Open tennis tournament. 

Tennis Line Judge

View the interactive video example

Challenge of the Week

This week, your challenge is to share an e-learning example for this year’s Wimbledon championship. You can focus on the history of Wimbledon, tennis basics and strategies, player profiles, or any other area of tennis you want.

Last Week’s Challenge:

Before you enjoy strawberries and cream this week, check out the interactive step graphics your fellow community members shared over the past week:

Step Graphics in E-Learning #238 

Step Graphics in E-Learning #238: Challenge | Recap

Wishing you a grand slam week, E-Learning Heroes!

New to the E-Learning Challenges?

The weekly e-learning 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.

Jodi M. Sansone
Jonathan Hill
Elizabeth Bauer
Melissa Harwin
Elizabeth Bauer

Hi, Manua! I played with a Steffie Graf racket when I played. I like your approach - it reminds me of the map challenge we just had. Layers are very versatile, and if they make sense to you, there's nothing wrong with that! You can often get the same effect for the learner in multiple ways, so then the choice is about what helps you organize and understand how things work on the back end, both for originally building a course and for any updates. You might want to try building your map interaction with Insert > Marker (and put the content on the marker pop-ups) to make a similar build a little faster. You could also keep your layers but select all of your number icons and make them a button set. It adds some functionality among the items without a lot of work on your end. Have fun discover... Expand

Mahua Ghosh