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Eric Camil Jr

Dear Venice,

In my experience there is usually have a credit/contributor slide. I have attached a screen shot and hope this helpful. We keep the final slide having the same layout and look as the rest of the course. Everyone loves Attribution and it's great you all are willing to give credit!

Jeanette Brooks

I saw a neat example once where a  course designer had included the course credits as an Engage interaction.

The interaction was inserted as a toolbar tab on the course player, and the tab was called "Credits." It was an FAQ Interaction, but it didn't look like an FAQ. Each contributor's name was shown as a separate item (on the clickable bars that would normally be used for the question text). Kind of like the example below. You click on a person's name to see a little more about that person & their qualifications, and their photo.

Meg Bertapelle

Jeanette Brooks said:

I saw a neat example once where a  course designer had included the course credits as an Engage interaction.

The interaction was inserted as a toolbar tab on the course player, and the tab was called "Credits." It was an FAQ Interaction, but it didn't look like an FAQ. Each contributor's name was shown as a separate item (on the clickable bars that would normally be used for the question text). Kind of like the example below. You click on a person's name to see a little more about that person & their qualifications, and their photo.

I love that - what a great idea! (and thanks hehehe)
Margaret  Sheets

I work in a large healthcare system as an Education Specialist (jack of all trades). We have created a standard interaction we insert as a Tab and call Course Information. Using the FAQ each bar has a topic. Course description = objectives, Course Created includes my department  info and publishing dates, Course Content  = SME info contact info etc. Instructional Design is for the 2 of us who do all of the ID to put our contact info, and the last is for references.   We reuse them making it a quick edit and rename for each new course.  The users like the consistancy for finding the information if they need it.