Month: March 2020

ELC#275: Using Educational Animations in eLearning

Challenge Educational animations are an effective way explain complex concepts and simple processes. In addition, they grab the learner’s attention. Our submission shows how to identify a gas leak in your home and what to do when you if you find one. Animation We created the animations in Vyond (GoAnimate) and developed it in short…
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ELC 274: COVID-19 Rapid Response Training

Challenge Our submission for the eLearning Challenge #274, Rapid Response Training: What You Need to Know About COVID-19 was simple interaction that shows the main symptoms of the corona virus. Visual Layout Our submission features a turquoise-blue, themed palette consisting of three slides: an introduction, activity and conclusion. The interaction includes audio, images, text and…
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ELC#273: Using Scrolling Panels in eLearning

Challenge Using scrolling panels in eLearning projects makes it easy to organize content so that learners can easily digest complicated information. Our interaction shows three ways to save energy in your home. Design Our submission for Articulate’s eLearning Challenge #273: Using Scrolling Panels in eLearning (2020) is one-slide interaction features a simple, soft color scheme…
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10 Tips for Tracking Your eLearning Development Time

Start Tracking One challenge with developing eLearning content is figuring out how to estimate the time it will take to create a course. It varies based on the amount of interactivity and the length of the course. I still get anxious when a client asks, “How long is that going to take?” Sometimes I overestimate…
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Using Tab Interactions to Chunk Content

e-Learning Challenge 272: Using Tabs Interactions to Chuck Content