16 Ways to Use Web Objects for Performance Support in E-Learning #370
Using Web Objects in E-Learning RECAP #370: Challenge | Recap
This week's challenge asked course designers to show how Storyline 360's web objects can be used for performance support.
Example | Ridvan Saglam | Website | @rbsaglam
Jodi M. Sansone
Example | Download | Jodi M. Sansone | Website | @jodimsansone
Example | Aman Vohra | Website
Example | Learn more & download | Math Notermans
Example & download | Ron Katz | Website
Example | Learn more | Teo Karageorgakis | Website
Example | Download | Samuel Apata | Website | @afrostem
Example | Yekaterina Martynova
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