Get Learner Input with These 6 Number Variable Examples
Variables are a super-powerful feature in Storyline 360 that help capture and track learner information like names, question answers, number of attempts, and scores. With number variables, e-learning developers can create dynamic courses based on numbers that learners type into a box (or other actions they take), making for a totally personalized experience—no coding required.

Course creators can even use number variables to bring game-like elements into the learning environment. For instance, have learners choose items to create a meal under a time constraint or fulfill pizza orders for hungry customers by entering the correct fractions. There’s no limit to what you can create; just take a look at these six number variable examples by the skillful members of the E-Learning Heroes community to see what’s possible.

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Ready to bring some more customization to your courses using number variables? We thought you might be. Check out this article on working with variables in Storyline 360 and create your own project. Then submit your work to the E-Learning Challenge. When you’re finished, visit the Building Better Courses forum for course design inspiration and great discussion with other e-learning pros.

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