4 examples of scenario-based elearning

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Scenario-based elearning can be an effective way to improve your learners engagement levels. Draw inspiration from these four scenario-based elearning examples.

Tom Kuhlmann: Scenario elearning with powerpoint

Developed by Tom Kuhlmann, this elearning uses powerpoint for storyboarding scenario-based learning. We like how Tom presents an overview of the process, focused less on the content and more on the mechanics of working in PowerPoint. Additionally, you can download the powerpoint file to help design your own scenario elearning.

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Lost IoP: Scenario-based elearning from 2003

Cutting edge for its time, this piece of scenario-based elearning was created in 2003. Developed by Leo Learning, this elearning example still stands out from the crowd over 10 years later.

Features we like:

  • Full screen, high impact video-based scenarios
  • High-quality production value using professional actors
  • Real world feel with real life scenarios
  • Simulation design

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Broken Co-worker: Not your typical elearning experience

Elearner Engaged developed this scenario-based course with a unique comic book feel. The comic book layout gives the learning good visual appeal and a strong story-based structure.

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BBC: Finance for non-financial managers

This elearning game was developed by Leo Learning for the BBC. It won a gold and bronze at the 2011 Elearning Age awards.

Features we like:

  • Scenario-based:  Situates the user in the role of decision-maker in front of which a series of characters come to bid for time, money and resources.
  • Tailored feedback at each decision point
  • Each stage is timed – a dynamic counter ups the ante and piles on the pressure to be decisive

Read more: BBC: Finance for non-financial managers