The 10 Most Popular E-Learning Challenges of 2022
Looking for a way to level up your e-learning skills in 2023 but not sure where to begin? Hands down, the weekly e-learning challenges are one of the best ways to learn new skills, build your portfolio, and grow your professional network.
From software skills to instructional design to multimedia and graphic design, the weekly challenges offer designers of every skill level an opportunity to build better e-learning.
The 2023 challenges are already underway, but it’s never too late to reflect on the timeless e-learning examples your fellow community members shared over the past year.
10: Using Hints and Clues in E-Learning #367
Hints and clues are used to provide additional information to learners that can help them understand the material or complete a task.
9. Using Button Sets in Storyline 360 #372
Button sets work like radio buttons; they allow you to create a set of objects where only one can be active at a time.
8. Masking Effects in E-Learning #356
Masking and cutout effects are used to reveal parts of an image or video to create engaging visual effects in e-learning.
7: Interactive Charts in E-Learning #357
Interactive charts and graphs are used to present data and information in a visual and meaningful way. They're also used to help learners understand complex information and relationships and to make the data more engaging and memorable.
6: Interactive Comparisons in E-Learning #385
Interactive comparisons give learners an engaging way to explore similarities and differences between two or more concepts, ideas, or items.
5: Labeled Graphics in E-Learning #371
Labeled graphic interactions use markers to provide additional context or information about a location within an image, chart, map, or other multimedia content.
4: Blurred Backgrounds in E-Learning #366
Blurred background effects are used to draw attention to foreground elements, such as text and images, to increase focus and readability.
3: Tabs Interactions in E-Learning #362
Tabs interactions are a great way to present complex information to learners. They’re super flexible, come in all shapes, sizes, and designs, and make it easy to chunk content, so you’re not showing too much at once.
2: Custom Menus in E-Learning #358
Custom menus help designers move beyond the default menu options to match the overall look and feel of the course, making them more visually appealing and cohesive.
1: Share Your Love-Themed E-Learning Examples #359
This challenge asked course creators to design an interactive graphic, demo, or activity that features a Valentine’s Day theme.#1: Share Your Love-Themed E-Learning Examples #359
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.
Learn more about the challenges in this Q&A post and why and how to participate in this helpful article.