E-Learning for the Food and Beverage Industry #116
Food & Beverage E-Learning Examples #116: Challenge | Recap
This week’s challenge is focused on the food and beverage industry.
The industry challenges are designed to help you build your portfolio around specific markets and industries.
The more diverse your portfolio becomes, the more appealing you’ll be to a wider network of potential clients. Building industry-specific examples also helps you practice your course-building skills because you're creating something new or different.
Here’s a list of industry-specific topics we’ve already covered:
- Bring This Medical Training Course Back To Life #6
- Rapid Response Training: Ebola Outbreak #54
- Medical Template Challenge #69
Compliance and Ethics:
- Design an Ethics Course Template with Clipart #9
- Call Center Training in Online Learning #47
- Preventing Workplace Violence: E-Learning Scenarios #57
- E-Learning Games for Kids #59
- Teaching Math Concepts with E-Learning #71
- E-Learning Games to Improve Punctuation and Grammar #75
- Using Educational Animations #76
- Back to School: Education Templates for E-Learning #96
Challenge of the Week
This week, your challenge is to design an e-learning game, quiz, or interaction for the food and beverage industry.
Because this is such a broad industry, we’ll focus on specific areas in future challenges. For this week, choose anything that's generally related to the food and beverage industry.
Here are a few food and beverage examples to give you an idea of what’s already been shared in the community:
Restaurant-Themed Branching Scenario
Good use of scenarios to help service staff practice greeting restaurant customers.
Click image to view the example | Brian Keys
Coffee Pot Drag-and-Drop
Here’s a technical example that uses drag-and-drop to help servers practice placing items on a carrying tray. After placing the coffee pot on the dray, learners are asked to justify their decision in a follow-up question.
Click image to view the example | Linda Lorenzetti
Practice your table-setting skills in this non-graded drag-and-drop interaction. There’s also a “Show me” button to provide expert recommendations.
Click the image to view the demo
Last Week’s Challenge:
Before you wine and dine us with your e-learning entrees, check out the parallax scrolling demos your fellow community members shared in last week’s challenge:
Parallax Scrolling in E-Learning RECAP #115: Challenge | Recap
Bon appétit, E-Learning Heroes!
New to the E-Learning Challenges?
The weekly 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.
Here's a quick entry for this week's challenge. I'm trying to improve my graphic design sense as I have a very strong instructional background but not a strong graphic design background. I'd love suggestions on how to better layout the question slide to make it more visually appealing. I also experimented for the first time with a different story size that I think would work on mobile devices. If I have time, I'd also like to work more to see if I can recreate this using random numbers or question banks or to allow the learner to select how much money the customer gave them to pay. http://googledrive.com/host/0B8NHHWkmIPE6VlgzZncxYjJfY1U I've updated my file to now include a time limit on answering the questions simulating real life time pressures. Here is a link to my Blog Pos... Expand