Elearning Showcase: Share Your Best Examples

Elearning Showcase: Share Your Best Examples

OK, a few weeks ago you shared your elearning portfolios with us. We totally enjoyed seeing all the creative portfolios you shared. 

Do you have a favorite project? Of course you do. And we want to see it.

It doesn't matter what your favorite project is. It can be a full course, single-slide demo, creative idea, or just a crazy idea you've been playing with in your spare time. You can share as many examples as you likeIf you have something you're proud of, show it because we want to see it.

When you share your examples in this thread, please include the following:

  • Title of the project
  • Link to published demo
  • Screenshot from the project

That's it.

Have a great Friday, E-Learning Heroes!

59 Replies
John Soudias

Jackie Van Nice said:

John Soudias said:

My favourite courses

Title: Around the World in 80 Days

Play Link: http://tinyurl.com/lf45za9

Screenshot:


I really like your Around the World in 80 Days piece, John. Nice music, visuals, use of animation, and effects. My favorite is the map (reached by clicking on the image of the train on the main menu) and the further content it leads to.

For what purpose did you create this one? 

Thank you for good reviews. I'm a teacher in Greece and I have a website for my students with digital lessons. "80 days" was created due to a 6th's grade lesson in Greek language. It's my first Storyline project and now, after a year's experiences, i see many "mistakes", but i don't want to change it because I love it.
Unfortunately for me, I don't know English and i can't support my work in the community. Here you'll find more for the work that I do.
Thanks again! I just want to let you know that I love your work!
Jackie Van Nice

Aww - thank you so much, John! I really appreciate that!

I wish I spoke Greek, but regardless, I can understand what you're conveying in the course - so that's a strong sign you used great audio and visual communication.

I do the same with of all my past work - cringe a little and notice all the things I'd do differently today, but I don't want to touch them because that's the truth of where I was then and it's a good reminder that it's nothing but a process.

Anyway, I hope you're able to participate here in the forums in spite of the language barrier. You've done quite well so far!

Jackie Van Nice

Yes! Everyone's creativity and hard work is amazing, but all of that hard work is all the more gratifying when it's showcased in things like your images and in this very thread. I'd love to know how you did those...but I know that's off-topic.

OK - you said we can share as many examples as we'd like, so I'm taking you at your word. I keep going back to enjoy my own absurd spelling bee entry for this week's challenge, which is pretty unusual for me, so I'm going for it:

Title: A Non-Regulation Spelling Bee

Demo: http://www.jackievannice.com/challenge_spelling/story.html

Blog Post: http://www.jackievannice.com/?p=175064290

Image:


Montse Anderson

John - Your collage designs are gorgeous. I've wanted to do something like that for a long time.

Jackie - I see why David's always raving about your work

Tim - I wish I could build amazing demos as quickly as you. Those are amazing.

Paul - I really like those backgrounds. Looking forward to meeting you later this year!

Here's one of my recent favorites:

Title: Trivia Time

Example: View

Screenshot:

Jackie Van Nice

Go for it Montse!! (Love your Trivia Time, by the way!)

I'm posting two more in hopes that if I keep going it'll spur those who have already posted to post more - and get new people to jump in, too. This is such a great opportunity to share! 

Twomore challenge entries:

Title:10 Steps to Success as an E-Learning Designer

Demo: http://www.jackievannice.com/challenge_step/story.html

BlogPost: http://www.jackievannice.com/?p=175064196

Image:

Title:A Model Smart Enough to Teach Itself

Demo: http://www.jackievannice.com/challenge_id/story.html

BlogPost: http://www.jackievannice.com/?p=175063376

Image:

Paul Alders

Montse - Thx for showing your interactive video Quiz, it's also one of my favourites. Looking forward to catch up in Utrecht!

In one of the elearning challenges I've posted this interactive comicbook style template

with a secret message. Can you crack the code?

Title: The lost Hero

Example: View

Blogpost: Read

Michael Pezzullo

Michael Jones said:

Here's an interactive history timeline that I created for new hires at my company. There's no audio, but I was really happy with the design that I landed on.

Title: The Giant Eagle Story

LinkClick Here to Launch

Check out my website for other examples from other authoring tools MPJoneseLearning.com.

Thanks for sharing, this example looks great and I agree, a really nice use of the spin and grow animation.
Robin LaPeters

Michael Jones said:

Here's an interactive history timeline that I created for new hires at my company. There's no audio, but I was really happy with the design that I landed on.

Title: The Giant Eagle Story

LinkClick Here to Launch

Check out my website for other examples from other authoring tools MPJoneseLearning.com.