It’s been a while since I’ve had the time to enter an eLearning Challenge, so I was chuffed to get a mention in the Recaps of Challenge 254 about putting your eLearning portfolio into Rise. It was a good use of time because it also gives me something quick to show potential clients my work. So thanks again #Articulate for the opportunity and support.
While I was updating this knowledge check to offer as a template, I got thinking about the many different ways you can present the same material. So here are 3 variations of the same question. I’m interested in which one you like best and why.
My slide gallery is now up and running. The gallery will grow with time, but to start, there are 40+ slides divided into 5 categories: Basic (non-interactive), Interactive, Animating data, Quizzes and Custom animations. Have a look and please leave feedback!
I’m chuffed once again to have my work featured as an eLearning “example” on Articulate’s E-Learning Heroes site. As a result of the mention, I’ve had a few requests and questions about my To-do list, so here are some answers. There’s also a link to download the source file below. The challenge The challenge was …
I finally have my portfolios now up and running. Now to get back to work to make more good stuff!