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ELH Challenge #7 – Converting Static Content to Interactive Knowledge Checks

The objective of this challenge – Converting Static Content to Interactive Knowledge Checks – is to convert an existing content slide and convert it to an interaction using one of the Storyline’s six free-form questions.

For this challenge, I combined a few static slides from a human rights education training with some fill-in-the-blank questions from the unit’s quiz.

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Using the Pick One free-form questions, participants can select from one of 6 possible answers and receive immediate feedback.

The icons used in the buttons are courtesy of the Noun Project – specifically Atom from Creative Stall, Natural by Greg Cresnar, Interconnected Circles by Davo Sime, Globe by iconsphere, Progress by Adam Stevenson, and Share by Vaidehi Bala.

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ELH Challenge #4 – Flatten Up Your Course Design Skills

The objective of this challenge – Flatten Up Your Course Design Skills – is to create a flat design course template.

I chose to build a drag and drop interaction containing featuring common over the counter medication. The background image is by photoroyalty courtesy of FreePik.

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ELH Challenge #2 – Folder Tabs Interactions

The objective of this challenge – Show Us Your Best Folder Tabs Interactions – is to design a 5-tab interaction as a way to chunk content into meaningful sections—or tabs—so learners can remain focused in the moment without jumping out to new slides.

I chose to build a simple interaction containing drug information for a medication called Escitalopram. The background image is by yanayla courtesy of FreePik.

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