Scenario-based eLearning Experience

Learning outcomes
Learners will be able to choose an essential oil and utilize them to improve their everyday health.

Tools
Articulate Storyline 360
Adobe Illustrator


Disclaimer: This training is for demo purposes only.


Process
Look & Feel
Keywords
Informative, warm, playful, ethereal, easy to approach, informal


Font
Roboto

Image source
Freepik.com
Ideation & Storyboarding
As with majority of projects, I started the content design process with ideation with pen and paper.
From there I continued to write a text based manuscript with Google docs. Finally, I created the storyboard with Google slides.

In this phase I normally start sourcing and creating visual materials. I make notes how to adjust them to fit the project based on the look&feel requirements. 

Example of a storyboard slide in Google slides.

Building the course

The course was built using Articulate Storyline 360 authoring tool. The learner is taken through different scenarios in which they interact with the content.

Example of a scenario in the course.

Example of an interactive task. The user clicks the magnifying glasses to gain more information about the quality of the product.

Triggers and layers used in the building phase.

Testing & Proofreading
After the first demo the course was tested by five test users. They were asked to give their comments on the
- Content
- Navigation
- Interactivity
- Look & Feel
Some adjustments were then made based on the test users' feedback. Before publishing the course content was proofread by a native English speaker.
Final outcome
The final outcome is a ten minute elearning course. The course can be published as a SCORM in an LMS or on a web browser. The course can then be taken with a computer or a mobile device.

When published in an LMS clicking the finish button will report the complete status of the course.
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