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free e-learning interaction template

One way to engage learners and get passed locked navigation is to allow the users to explore content in the course. There’s many ways to leverage exploration in a course. For example, using the 3C model for branched decision-making (challenge, choices, and consequences), you could pose a challenge to the learner that requires them to research content to make an informed decision. In that case a simple interaction that allows them to explore content is a great way for them to collect information.

To help you out, I created an office exploration activity template that’s free for you to use.

Free E-Learning Interaction Example

Below is a published demo of the elearning interaction.

example of free e-learning interaction template

Click here to view the elearning interaction.

Free E-Learning Interaction Template

Here’s a link to the free elearning interaction template. It’s created in Storyline 2 and uses a 16×9 aspect ratio.

Since the template uses a flat design, you can easily incorporate it with these existing free resources to create a more complete interactive elearning experience.

Hope you enjoy. Let me know if you use the free e-learning interaction template.

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2 responses to “Here’s a Free E-Learning Interaction Template”

November 24th, 2015

I really like this tom – it’s visually beautiful and engaging. Thanks for sharing it! Even with Lorem Ipsum as text, I was still compelled to click on every part of the interaction so everything was ticked.

December 14th, 2015

Bring it on