Converting Static Content Into Interactive E-Learning #299
I have a back catalogue of small instructional design challenges and charrettes that I’ve been meaning to build into something bigger one day. That is obviously taking too long, so here’s a new idea. The Articulate E-Learning Heroes Community runs a weekly eLearning Challenge. I’ve mentioned before that often different IDs in different contexts will use different tools, and while I’ve used some of Articulate’s products, I’m primarily a Mac user. This means that a number of their products are not available to me. So instead, I thought, rather than being an Articulate eLearning Hero, that I could be an InArticulate eLearning Hero. So here it goes.
Challenge of the Week
Note: the options Articulate Storyline’s convert to freeform option includes
- Drag & Drop
- Pick One
- Pick Many
- Text Entry
- Shortcut Key
I’ll do my best to stick to these types.
For this first challenge, I went back through some of the slide decks I had for the ProCom OER project. That project was created with classroom sessions in mind, and had slide decks included. One such slide deck/lesson was on Using Visuals in Communication
So for this challenge I took slide 9 as the one to make interactive using H5P’s Presentation content type.
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