These are two elearning scenario examples created by Cathy Moore as demonstrations of how scenarios can be effective, even without high graphics and video budgets. Both are simple text-based scenarios with one background image. The effectiveness relies in the story hooking you in. So they’re not live client work, they’re demonstrations of principle. Learning Zeko … Read moreElearning scenario examples: Learning Zeko and Autoloon Ethics
Recently I had the task of adding a printable certificate to a test my client had built in Storyline 2. The course would be deployed on Articulate Online. I had to put it together from various sets of instructions I found online for the different stages. This is how I did it. I hope it’s … Read moreAdd a certificate to a Storyline course that works in Articulate Online
This elearning scenario example is a first-person video-based one. Like Choose a Different Ending it pretends to be amateur but is very artfully produced. It’s a ‘gamified interactive recruitment experience’, aiming to demonstrate the corporate culture of Deloitte to potential graduate recruits. So it’s aimed at the potential employees rather than employees with a training … Read moreElearning scenario examples: Will You Fit Into Deloitte?
This week’s elearning scenario example is Choose a Different Ending (Knife Crime), which was one of the first interactive videos on YouTube. The idea of interactive video has a long history in the elearning / computer-based training world. We first played them on gigantic, expensive videodisks (think of a CD ROM the size of a … Read moreElearning scenario examples: Choose a Different Ending (Knife Crime)
One of the learning writers whose ideas resonate with me is Nick Shackleton-Jones. His ideas on organisational learning are centred on what people care about ( the Affective Context to give it its posh name). I’ve also been steeped for the last year in the world of content marketing, since I joined the Content Marketing … Read moreLearning needs? What matters now!
Haji Kamal is probably one of the most famous elearning scenario examples in the public domain. When designers talk about scenarios this seems to be one of the ones everyone knows. Why is it so good? Connect With Haji Kamal, to give it its full title, was developed for the US Army by Cathy Moore … Read moreElearning scenario examples: Connect With Haji Kamal
The Broken CoWorker is rightly celebrated among instructional designers for its innovative blend of comic strip, video and scenario methodology, delivering a lesson with flair and rigour, but without over-complication. It was created by Anna Sabramowicz and Ryan Martin of ElearnerEngaged.com, and was, I think, created as Storyline demo. Here’s a scene from the introduction, … Read moreElearning scenario examples: The Broken Co-Worker
Howie Pearson (LearningRapid) and I have designed a day to give you a chance to practice Action Mapping. Is it for you? You design training courses or elearning for an organisation. You don’t get enough time to do it as well as you’d like. You have to satisfy subject experts who want to fill it with … Read moreWant to practise Action Mapping?
You’ve created an elearning scenario. You have a good choice and two not-so-good choices. You’ve designed the feedback screens to show the consequences of the decisions. But maybe you think ‘nobody’s going to choose that bad choice in the elearning – even it probably is what they would do in real life.’ How do you … Read moreHow to make your elearning scenarios more believable with Angels and Devils
Looking for elearning companies in Scotland but not finding what you need? Perhaps you could use a little help with Setting the elearning strategy for your organisation? Knowing where to begin, what to spend and who to involve? Selecting a Learning Management System, authoring tool or Learning Record Store for Xapi? If there are enough … Read moreElearning companies in Scotland