For contest 21, I created a guide character with a solar powered owl figurine I had lying around the office. I incorporated him as a cutout and also in photos I took. The course is loosely a healthy eating guide for youth. I was a bit limited to office snacks and things in the office […]
This is my entry for Contest 14: Pop Quiz! It features a brief explanation of the pig statues that can be found around town here in Cincy, and then a drag and drop quiz where you have to place the pigs in the right spots. If I weren’t ineligible for the contests, I probably would […]
For contest 13, I immediately thought of my favorite summer/any season except winter activity: ziplining. In an attempt to still be educational, I outlined some of the risks of ziplining, gave a few helpful safety tips, and bragged about all the places I’ve been ziplining. Oh wait, bragging isn’t educational? Too bad. I used one […]
Probably the greatest encapsulation of my working life that you’ll ever see. For Contest 11, details here.
DO you want to build a snowman? This interactive course with branching AND drag and drop questions allows you to build your own snowman! Vector graphics from freepik.com. Most of the backgrounds are created with basic shapes and clipart in Lectora Online.
I’m sure there’s some rule about Trivantis employees not being allowed to win, but I couldn’t resist creating a short course for such a fun theme! Comic books were a great idea Jennie! 🙂 Can I claim I made a branching scenario if there’s only two, very very short paths? Contest description here: https://community.trivantis.com/knowledge-base/contest-2-comic-book-courses/