Interactive elearning examples including case scenarios, branching, storytelling, gaming, assessments and more to inspire your elearning designs.
Healthcare practitioner training
Nurses-in-training must diagnose and treat patients. Employs intrinsic and delayed feedback, enabling students to learn from their mistakes.
Make the Sale
Sales and product training
This example teaches sales representative how to profile potential customers. By asking potential customers good questions, representatives are able to match a potential customer to a standard customer profile and thus use needs-based sales techniques.
You need to run to a surprise birthday party for a colleague, but first secure your desk so that no sensitive information is at risk. Multi-step tasks mimic real-life decision making, and a timer adds a gaming element to increase engagement.
Customer Service Scenario
Micro learning branching conversation
This micro learning example allows you to choose what to say to a customer to deal with a difficult support situation. Each choice will lead you down a different path to a conclusion. A summary table at the end provides coaching for the choices you make.
Threat Modelling Game
Plum eLearning for Google
Gamification can make elearning more fun and engaging. But how do you design an elearning game that goes beyond fact-based recall to have a deeper impact on your organization? See how Plum eLearning developed this award-winning, team-based game for Google that has had thousands of players and great measurable results. Read the gamification case study for additional details.
Ace the Interview
Scenario with social elements
In the physical world, people discuss topics and learn from each other. What if you could bring some of that dynamic into elearning, even if people are taking it at different times? This example demonstrates how responses from other learners can be used to make elearning more engaging and impactful.
Customer Service Video
Watch a video of store associates assisting a customer. Identify and describe behaviors that should be improved, then compare your responses to an expert's.
Software Simulation Tasks
Plum eLearning for Netwatch
These three examples teach learners how to configure software that controls security cameras. After completing the practice mode, learners can try the task-based assessments to demonstrate proficiency. Gaming elements include performance meters, hints and correct / incorrect counters.
Chemical Safety and Hazard Communication
Plum eLearning for Barton Health
Compliance and safety training
Employees learn how to handle chemical spills through realistic situations. Activities include realistic contexts, multi-step tasks, and feedback that learners encounter in their jobs to support real performance.
IT Certification Training
Scenario based questions
Apply various IT skills in six realistic scenarios. Each scenario requires multiple decisions using combinations of drag-and-drops, fill-in-the-blanks, radio buttons, checkboxes, and dropdown menus.
Healthcare Gifts and Gratuities
Plum eLearning for Athena Compliance
Ethics and compliance training
This elerning uses humor and gamification to make a potentially boring topic more engaging and memorable. Healthcare employees must race against the clock to identify situations that require investigation of gifts and gratuities that may be inappropriate.
New Product Testing
Plum eLearning for a Global Tech Company
Policies and procedures training
This course is a fictionalized version of a real course for a global tech company. The course is a requirement for employees wishing to join a program for internal hardware/software testing.
Aviation Alphabet Game
Corrective feedback drill-and-practice
This example uses the corrective feedback paradigm (CFP) to sequence problems. Numerous studies have shown that spaced repetitions are more effective than non-spaced repetitions for improving learner recall. If you complete the game, you'll find that you really do remember the correct answers. Try it out!
Nature of Light
This elearning example allows learners to see the effects of different wavelengths of light on a solar module. By dragging a slider, learners can see how wavelengths affect photons and the amount of power produced.
Solar Power Conditions
This elearning example gives the learner control of the conditions at a house with a solar system installed. Learners can change conditions such as weather, time of day and direction to try generate the most power.
How You Spend Your Time
Dynamic Chart for Performance Support
Enter how you spend your time in a working day, then view a chart of your data compared to census averages.
Responsive performance support app
A checklist app to help new employees. Click each task for helpful details, then mark the status as “Not started”, “Working on it”, or “Done”. The app uses xAPI to remember progress across sessions.
Plum eLearning for a US Government Agency
Policies and procedures training
Learners must apply procurement law policies in various scenarios. Activities include realistic contexts, multi-step tasks, embedded coaching and links to the procurement law knowledge base that learners use in their jobs.
Good Record Keeping Practices
Active Mind Solutions
Record management compliance training
This elearning piece teaches good record keeping practices using authentic documents and scenarios. It requires learners to make meaningful decisions and provides delayed feedback.
Diabetes Case Challenge
Veterinary Information Network, Inc.
Clinical healthcare case assessment
Using actual clinical data presented in a case format, learners must diagnose and then select appropriate treatment options.
SmartBuilder Quiz Game
Fact-based recall game
This adaptation of 'Jeopardy' includes additional motivating elements. Besides just displaying earnings, gauges show how daring and consistent learners are. Learners also buy prizes with money earned, inducing them to return and try again.
Assessment with gaming elements
So you think you know movies eh? Put your knowledge to the test with this trivia challenge that includes timed scoring to spice things up.
Choosing an Output Indicator for a Six Sigma Project
Process management training
This elearning transforms a complex and dry subject into a meaningful learning experience by helping learners practice and learn from their mistakes within realistic scenarios.