20+ Really Creative Ways to Capture and Display Learner Names with Text Variables

 

Use Learner's Name in E-Learning Course #222: Challenge | Recap

 

Have you ever wanted to personalize your courses by addressing your learners by their name?

 

Using learners' names in courses is a relatively simple task: Insert the data entry field and use a variable reference to display the value of the field. Even though the process is simple, this is one of the best ways to creatively design and personalize e-learning course.

 

Thanks to everyone who shared examples, downloads, comments, and feedback this week. This was one of our most active and educational challenges.

 

Special thanks to first-time challengers Megan McPeak and Scott Schmeer! Thanks for joining the challenges and sharing your work!

 

Alexander Salas

 

Alexander Salas

 

View project | Alexander Salas | Website | @stylelearn

 

Jodi Sansone

 

Jodi Sansone

 

View project | Download | Jodi Sansone | @jodimsansone

 

Samuel Apata

 

Samuel Apata

 

View project | Download | Samuel Apata | Website | @afrostem

 

Stefano Craba

 

Stefano Craba

 

View project | Download | Stefano Craba

 

Nancy Woinoski

 

Nancy Woinoski

 

View project |  Nancy Woinoski | Website | @pinchedhead

 

Zsolt Olah

 

Zsolt Olah

 

View project | Learn more | Zsolt Olah | Website | @Rabbitoreg

 

Jennifer Clarke

 

Jennifer Clarke

 

View project | Jennifer Clarke

 

Tobias Noeske

 

Tobias Noeske

 

View project | Tobias Noeske

 

David Tait

 

David Tait

 

View project | Learn more | David Tait | Website | @4ptLtd

 

Chris Undery

 

Chris Undery

 

View project | Chris Undery

 

Megan McPeak

 

Megan McPeak

 

View project | Megan McPeak

 

Nicki Berry

 

Nicki Berry

 

View project | Nicki Berry | Website

 

Andrzej Jabłoński

 

Andrzej Jabłoński

 

View project | Andrzej Jabłoński

 

Karyn Jones

 

Karyn Jones

 

View project | Karyn Jones

 

David Crocker

 

David Crocker

 

View project | David Crocker

 

Scott Schmeer

 

Scott Schmeer

 

View project | Scott Schmeer | Website

 

Graham Betts

 

Graham Betts

 

View project | Graham Betts

 

Tom Kappa

 

Tom Kappa

 

View project | Tom Kappa

 

Brian Vigna

 

Brian Vigna

 

View project | Brian Vigna

 

Nicholas Soldatenko

 

Nicholas Soldatenko

 

View project | Nicholas Soldatenko | Website | @elearncompany

 

Melissa Harwin

 

Melissa Harwin

 

View project | Melissa Harwin

 

Jeffrey Riley

 

Jeffrey Riley

 

View project | Download | Learn more | Jeffrey Riley | Website

 

Krista Townsend

 

Krista Townsend

 

View project | Krista Townsend | Website

 

Adam Gagne

 

Adam Gagne

 

View project | Adam Gagne

 

Scott Nipper

 

Scott Nipper

 

View project | Scott Nipper | Website

 

Stephanie Harnett

 

Stephanie Harnett

 

View project | Learn more & download | Stephanie Harnett | Website | @slhice

 

Whitney Zanotelli

 

Whitney Zanotelli

 

View project | Whitney Zanotelli

 

Bridget Donofrio

 

Bridget Donofrio

 

View project | Bridget Donofrio | Website

 

Sandra Lowe

 

Sandra Lowe

 

View project | Sandra Lowe

 

Amy Lamb

 

Amy Lamb

 

View project | Learn more | Amy Lamb | Website

 

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Share Your Text Entry Variable Examples!

 

The learner name challenge is still open! If you have one or more ideas you'd like to share, please jump over to the original challenge and post your links in the comments section. I'll update this recap page to include your examples.

 

Using Text Variables to Capture and Display Learner