I like to enter the eLearning Heroes Challenges from time to time. The challenge to create a Table of Contents that was both creative and other than the built in menu was something I had already done. I was able to take a menu I created for a client who needed training for their road service vans. When you are on a highway and in trouble, you really appreciate the people who have the equipment, know how, and training for most emergencies.
When I first created this course I wanted something beyond the typical menu as there are 15 videos in the training ending in a quiz the associate must pass before they go on the road. You cannot assist someone if you don't know what to do, what equipment to use, and how to work with the customer.
I have used images from Freepik.com for several years now and I recommend that site to any developer. In this case, I selected a page of vector images so I could break them apart as individual icons. In most cases, I was able to just use the existing icons, but I was able to change one of them to be a better fit to represent that video.
I developed the course in Articulate Storyline 2 that included instructions to the associate and the training videos that were made by a professional videographer. Storyline is able to let me set the course in such a way that the associate has to complete each video so the client could be sure they watched everything. The course was also setup so the associate would see which videos they had completed and which ones still needed to be completed and then they would take the quiz at the end. The corporate LMS kept everyone aware of the associates progress.
To view the course and a video on how I created the icons, click ELH 182 Creative Menu. I will add the link to the eLearning Heroes page once it has been published.
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