Design an Ethics Course Template with Clipart #9
E-Learning Challenge #9: Challenge | Recap
I think last week’s challenge is one of my favorites so far. The design constraints of working with clip art brought out truly innovative ideas. It reminds me, once again, of the amazing creativity in this community.
This week we’re tightening the design constraints even more. Everyone will work from the same clip art style to design a corporate-friendly template.
Challenge of the Week
Using clip art Style 1368, design a course template for a corporate ethics e-learning course.
Include at least three content slides and two quizzing slides. Your slides can be static or built out as working interactions. We just want to see how your template carries across your project.
To help keep you focused on the template design, you can pull content from this Ethics Training for Special Government Employees course.
You can use PowerPoint, Word, Articulate Storyline, Articulate Studio ’09, or Articulate Studio ’13, to design your ethics template.
Note: It’s easier to show and share your examples in highlight posts if you publish in Studio or Storyline.
Refer to last week’s clip art challenge for articles about using clip art in e-learning.
Sharing your examples
- Comments: Use the comments section below to share a link to your published project. The comments section allows links but not attachments. If you have a question or want to share your source files, you should use the forums.
- Forums: Create your own thread in our forums, and share a link to your published source file. You can also attach your project files if you’d like some help or feedback.
- Personal blog: Post your published example on your own blog.
Last week's challenge
If you haven’t looked over the previous demos shared by your fellow community members, please make the time to do so! What I like most about these challenges is that I see new ideas in even the most basic examples.
To keep you honest for this week’s ethics challenge, check out the clip art solutions these amazing designers shared over the past week:
- Tricia Ransom offered a healthy serving of creativity in her Farm Fresh Vegetable template.
- Destery Hildenbrand proved that clip art doesn’t have to be scary in his Halloween-themed demo.
- Jackie Van Nice found a way to relieve the pain from clip art by putting them to good use in this sales demo. Be sure to read her post where she describes how she put the demo together.
- Heather Steckley reminds us that breaking clip art is better than breaking office romance policies.
- Mark Woolwine went back to school to educate us on college basics in this creative demo. Be sure to check out Mark’s blog post on how he created his project.
- Rachel Ingram shared a wonderful demo that will get you up out of your seat.
- David Lindenberg shared another great demo and revealed his design process in a related blog post.
- Veronica Budnikas negotiated a winning concept with this creative demo. The file cabinet menu rocks!
Have a great week, E-Learning Heroes!
Post written by David Anderson