Using Progress Meters in E-Learning #60
Progress Meters in E-Learning #60: Challenge | Recap
Challenge of the week
This week your challenge is to show how progress indicators can be used in e-learning. Here are a few examples to help you get started.
Showing Progress in Quiz and Results Slides
Give your learner's a visual indicator of their remaining quiz questions using a simple progress meter. Another option would be to colorize completed questions to indicate correct and incorrect responses.
View demo | Montse Anderson | Website | @mLearning
Showing Learner Progress
Keep your learners informed about their progress with this avatar-based progress indicator.
Atsumi-O-Meter: View | Download
Course Progress Indicator
A simple approach is to use images to represent the progress of each slide like Tom shared in his security demo.
Employee Security: View
Course Progress (Advanced)
Community member Alexandros Anoyatis shared a free template that uses advanced variables to drive the menu's progress meter.
Articulate Super Hero Bruce Graham shared a thermostat-themed progress indicator.
Bookmarking demo: View | Download
Here are some helpful discussions, demos, and downloads to help you get started. We're happy to give you a hand with ideas or technical help. If you get stuck, let us know!
How to Design Visual Feedback Meters in Articulate Storyline
This video workshop on creating feedback meters in Storyline uses similar techniques for progress indicators.
Forum Discussions, Examples, and Tutorials
- Course progress with percentage
- Fake Progress bar shared by Phil Mayor
- Client wants progress bar
- Owen Holt shared a creative solution for using Excel to create progress indicator graphics
- Bookmark Progress demo from Phil Mayor: View | Download
- Progress Tracker Template for Storyline 2
- Progress Tracker for Storyline 1
- Progress Bar by David Dye
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E-Learning Games for Kids #59: Challenge | Recap
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