E-Learning Challenge #72 – Build and Share Your Own E-Learning Image Library

This week’s challenge was an easy one for me. Mostly because it didn’t require any of my currently exhausted development brains – thanks, David!

The Concept

Create a small collection of e-learning images to share with your fellow e-learning developers and course designers.

The Method

For this challenge, I sifted through the photos on my iPhone (that were incidentally taken with my iPhone), and uploaded any I thought might be particularly beneficial to e-learning developers to Google Drive. I then renamed all of the files appropriately, and shared the link.

The Result

I ended up with a pretty cute, and small gallery of images that may or may not be usable in e-learning courses – there’s nothing really compliance-y in there, but I’m sure you can find a nice nature landscape. Shockingly, there are no cats or dogs in this album.

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