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Asking open-ended questions is a great way to encourage your learners to use their critical-thinking skills. By giving them the opportunity to put concepts into their own words, you help them gain insight into their own understanding. But how can you provide them with feedback when the possible answers are literally endless? By giving them the opportunity to compare their answer to an expert’s recommendation.

And thanks to the data entry fields in Storyline 360, it’s super-easy to add engaging compare and contrast activities to your course.

Want to try this out but aren’t sure how to work it into your course? Here are eight incredibly clever compare and contrast examples that are sure to inspire you. Take a look:

Want to share your own compare and contrast project, but not sure how? Join this E-Learning Challenge and leave a link to your work in the comments. And if you’re aching for more e-learning design inspiration, swing by the Building Better Courses forum for tips, ideas, and more.

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