Template of the Week – Classification: Fork in the Road

Several situations arise while building an e-learning course, where entities need to be classified into different groups. A visual representation, in such situations, proves to […]

Template of the Week – Process: Information Flow within an Organization

Process flows are a way of visually presenting the steps involved in performing a task. Workflow processes typically define an organization’s working structure. Organizations must […]

Template of the Week – Relationship: See-Saw Template for Comparison

The comparison of different entities – ideas, concepts, characters – is a frequent instructional need of the content within e-learning courses. Complex comparisons expressed as […]

Template of the Week – Listing Features and Characteristics

List templates come handy to present content concisely. Presenting content in the form of bullet points will enable the learners to easily read through the […]

Template of the Week: Others – Clickable Tabs on Image

An integral aspect of building relevance and ensuring recall of information is to present information in a realistic setting. Using actual images of machinery, workplace, […]

Template of the Week – Other: Word Search

A Word Search puzzle is a word game that consists of the alphabets of words placed in a rectangular or square-shaped grid. The objective of […]

Template of the Week – Assessment: Drag & Drop

Drag & Drop interactivity is quite a common and yet an extremely engaging way to test learners’ knowledge about key concepts or terms covered in […]

Preferred style of Visual Design: Listing Solutions

One of the most common and preferred style of visual design is to present the content as a list. Typically, list templates consist of simple […]

Template of the Week – Multimedia: Cityscape

Any attractive multimedia screen will never fail to grasp the learner’s attention. It will surely promote motivation, accelerate learning, and enhance retention. This week, we […]

Template of the Week – Introduction: Characters

Introduction templates have multiple applications in an e-learning course. Whether it is to grab learner’s attention, set context for a course, organize the key topics […]

Template of the Week – Relationship: Main and Subordinate Concepts

Conveying multiple ideas to represent amalgation of a concept can best be shown with relationship templates. This helps the learners understand the relationship between multiple […]

Template of the Week – Classification: Geographical Distribution

World maps are an excellent means to present content related to geographical distribution. They make it easier to portray information related to the global presence […]

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