Top 10 Things You Need Know About E-Learning

10 Things About E-Learning #187: ChallengeRecap

Challenge of the Week

This week your challenge is to share a top 10 list of things you want people should know about e-learning.

Your list can be for any audience. For example, you can target your list to a general audience, those new to our industry, or even to experienced e-learning designers.

Your entry can be a static list, blog post, explainer videos, an interactive graphic or infographic, or anything else you'd like to do.

Last Week’s Challenge:

Before you list what people should know about e-learning, check out the Ultra Violet examples your fellow community members shared in last week’s Pantone’s color of the year challenge:

Using Pantone’s 2018 Color of the Year

2018 Color of the Year #186: Challenge | Recap

Wishing you a great week, E-Learning Heroes!

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The weekly e-learning challenges are ongoing opportunities to learn, share, and build your e-learning portfolios. You can jump into any or all of the previous challenges anytime you want. I’ll update the recap posts to include your demos.

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Sheri Lee
Michael McFarland

I feel like I can relate to this, as I am a new person. 1. Put yourself in the learner's shoes. I can say that as an adjunct instructor using Blackboard and Canvas in a previous life that it's hard to know what our learners/students go through until we have to do it ourselves. They have questions, problems and we don't understand why that is sometimes. Log in as a learner, take your own course and see how it works for you or get an Alpha or Beta Tester to try out the learning before you release it in production. 2. Don't be afraid to ask for help or collaborate with others. I think sometimes that pride can be a bit of a limiting factor. I know that I'm a beginner and have much to learn. I can't be afraid to ask for help or ask how someone does something, neither can you...swallow... Expand

Niyeda Suliveres

1. It takes time! Testing your slides, making adjustments, formatting, etc. Don't become frustrated when you have to review a slide for the 10th time to make sure all of the timing and effects are working properly. 2. Be creative but don't re-create the wheel. While it's nice to create from scratch, we don't always have the time (or know-how) to create new layouts or interactions. Use inspirational work from others to guide you or even the templates downloadable from here to get going but don't be afraid to re-design the template and make it your own. 3. Know when to stop! You may have 100 ideas you'd like to incorporate but you ... Expand

Jamie Moorcroft-Sharp

Top Ten Things You Need To Know About E-learning #187 Hi guys! This is my first entry to one of these challenges and I think I’m going to be a bit more practical with this one in the sense that I’ll keep it to a top ten list of things to know in Storyline 360 specifically. Hopefully this helps some of you out who aren’t super familiar with the software. 1) Anything is possible but know your limitations You can do almost anything in Storyline 360, which means you can basically say yes to anything a client asks for, as long as they don’t ask for native iOS app functionality (something I come across a lot). However, there are limitations to what Storyline 360 can do, for example random object placement which I’ve only seen used where Javascript does all the work. What I’ve found is that mo... Expand

Jeffrey Riley