Creative way to share online resources

I am struggling to find a creative way to display/share a list of online resources within my online class.  I don't want to simply list the organizations along with their URLs.  I was hoping this group might be able to provide some ideas.  I am comfortable with most of the Articulate tools.  I have about 20 resources that I would like to share. 

Thanks for any thoughts or suggestions.

Sincerely,

Johnna

4 Replies
Sarah Hodge

Hi Johnna! To go along with what Joanne said, Rise 360 might be a great solution. You can easily create a resource guide that looks beautiful on any device. I haven't seen any specific examples on the topic, but you can take a look at this article. It includes a variety of ways course creators are using Rise 360 for making projects that aren’t your typical e-learning course. I hope that sparks some new ideas! 

Cheryl Kent

Hello Johnna,

not sure if these help. I work in a library and we have lots of lists and it is difficult to present them in an interesting way.

Here is a list of resources organised by category NHS Resources (keele.ac.uk)

Here is another example explaining different databases for different users Which NHS database do you need? (keele.ac.uk)

The article that Sarah mentioned also looked pretty good.