Give Learners a Pulse Check with This Batch of Medical-Themed Freebies
Whether your healthcare workers are taking continuing education training, re-certifying their CPR skills, or using training to improve their general knowledge and skills, continuous learning is an important part of every medical professional’s job.
Yet, as important as training is for healthcare professionals, it isn’t always inherently engaging for them. Between droning narration of text-heavy slides and a lack of meaningful interaction, some e-learning feels more like a sedative than like an inspiring experience!
So what kind of preventive care can you give healthcare learners to ward off an e-learning coma? Here are five medical-themed freebies that can help inspire your designs and deliver a jolt of engagement to your next e-learning course—stat!
- Everyone likes to learn from an expert, and this Storyline example from Amar Kulshreshtha shows one clever way to present those pro tips. Just drag and drop to see loads of healthy ideas from top doctors.
- Ethical decision-making is an important part of the job for healthcare workers. See one way learners can explore these ambiguities using patient scenarios like the ones Nicole Legault lays out in this inspiring PowerPoint click-and-reveal download.
- Save yourself a ton of time with this set of beautiful medical-themed slide templates from Allison LaMotte. Allison adapted Content Library 360 slides to make them medical-themed. That means these Storyline 360 layouts are prebuilt with all the object states and triggers for creating inviting, interactive e-learning in no time!
- Looking for a fun, hands-on way to help your healthcare workers reflect on what they’ve learned in your training? Here’s a clever idea from Tracy Parish: use fill-in-the-blank questions with hint text. As the correct words are entered into each text field, the answer options are crossed off on the bottom.
- With this easy-to-adapt PowerPoint download, Trina Rimmer illustrates that you don’t necessarily need to make your course more complicated to help improve the learning experience. Sometimes all you need is a simple tabbed layout for grouping content into more manageable chunks so learners can explore it at their own pace.
Want to see even more ideas for creating engaging e-learning? Head on over to our Examples hub for tons of inspiration from the community. Want to give any of these ideas a try for yourself? Go snag a free 30-day trial of Articulate 360 to check out all the cool new features in Storyline 360 and Rise 360—including the new Rise 360 scenario block.
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