Create a fun-filled e-learning quiz with this Storyline 360 game show template. Easily replace placeholder text to quickly gamify your content.  

elearning jeopardy game

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Sarah Hodge
Sarah Hodge
Sarah Hodge
Sarah Hodge

Thanks for the kind words, Krystal! I designed this game using a jeopardy-inspired color theme with gradients so it might be a bit different to customize than my usual templates. The fastest method I can think of is to: -Create your own branded color theme. -Customize one shape/category box on the main slide to be the exact design you want (this includes customizing the states – hover and disabled). -Select that shape, click the Home tab, then double-click Format Painter. Double-clicking is super important so you don’t have to click it every time you want to copy formatting over -Click each shape/category box on that main slide once, and it will copy over all the formatting. You can also use this same technique on all the question slides. And the great thing is, by double... Expand

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John Morley

As so many comments indicate, great work on this. I intend to use this as an example in a workshop and deconstruct how it is created. I am stuck on one of your triggers: Change state of Rectangle 4 - "Correct" to Correct When the state of all of Rectangle 3 Rectangle 5 is Visited When playing the game, clicking any answer seems to trigger either the correct or incorrect layer and take the question out of play, making it impossible to change the state of more than one rectangle to Visited. And in any case, clicking Correct seems to preclude doing anything else on the slide, and takes the question out of further play. Furthermore, why would choosing both incorrect answers (even is that was possible) add up to a correct answer? Please help me ... Expand

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John Morley

Sarah, Thanks for the courtesy of your reply. I understand the revision, and agree that it’s good instructional design to take advantage of a teachable moment to provide a correct answer right when the learner is wondering, “So what is it?” As I mentioned in my earlier message, I would like to use your piece as an example in a workshop. Please reply with your permission to do so. It is through the San Diego chapter of ATD. For these monthly workshops, I try to have a guest presenter. I understand that you are employed by Articulate, which may influence your being able to accept an invite to be a guest presenter. Please let me know it that would be of interest to you, or even possible given your association with Articulate. We have already had as guest presenters eLearning challenge entr... Expand