Tables are great when you need to share lots of information with learners in a structured fashion. Organized rows and columns can help learners make sense of facts and figures. And when you bring interactivity into the mix, learner engagement gets a big boost, making your tables even more powerful.

Now that you have the “why” on interactive tables, get an idea of the “how” with these twelve examples by the super-talented members of the E-Learning Heroes community.

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Now that you’ve seen how fun interactive tables can be, why not take a shot at creating your own? Join the E-Learning Challenge and share your work with other course design pros. Then hop on over to the Building Better Courses forum for more e-learning tips and tricks. 

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