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Author: Veronica B

90 Things to do in iso

This week’s e-learning heroes challenge asked us to create dynamic e-learning using the random number variable–an amazing Storyline 360 feature! I really tried to get something up for the recent COVID-19 challenge, but alas ran out of time. My idea was around a random activity picker, so, this week’s challenge suited me to a…

Animation three ways

Animation in e-learning can help get concepts and ideas across to learners as well as add visual interest. Last week’s E-learning Heroes challenge was exactly that—using educational animations. Reduce, recycle, reduce OK, I don’t think this is what the slogan means, but, for this challenge I decided to re-use the first interaction I built…

Leadership Template

As the lead developer at Storyline Developer I make bespoke e-learning courses for my clients. Sometimes, though, a client just needs a branded template so they can develop their own courses and still achieve a consistent style throughout their e-learning catalogue. E-learning Heroes Challenge 230 was all about putting together a template for leadership-style…

Interactive Video

This week’s elearning heroes challenge is to create an interactive video quiz, scenario or knowledge check. So I set off to work. First, I thought about what topic I could make a quiz around. A few ideas I tossed around were weather and exercise… I settled on yoga poses and took advantage of the…

Mobile-inspired

In this week’s e-learning heroes challenge, brave e-learning developers all over the world must battle it out to… naw, just kidding. This week we go mobile! Our challenge is to design a navigation menu to use on a mobile phone or tablet. Now, I’ll be the first to admit that completing your e-learning on…

Customise… everything!

OK, maybe not everything, but when it comes to e-learning courses, I am really into custom slides and custom players. Sure, it’s more work and the budget doesn’t always allow it, but it’s so worth it. That’s why I was thrilled with Dave Anderson’s new e-learning heroes challenge: Designing custom feedback and results slides…

Shred it or keep it?

Sorting interactions are pretty common in e-learning, and for good reason. There are often instances in the workplace, and in life, in which we need to sort things: recycling from rubbish, information to keep or discard, good applicants from not so good, and so on. Sorting Drag and Drop One way to get learners…