Using Labeled Graphic Interactions in E-Learning Courses (2020) #283
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.
This week, your challenge is to design a labeled graphic interaction for e-learning. You can use the built-in markers or create something from scratch using shapes and graphics.
Recently I’ve been using Lumi to make H5P activities, which has just the slightest difference in the UI than in WordPress. A labelled graphic such as the following two might be an approach one could use when introducing a learner to a new interface.