Storytelling eLearning Examples
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Therapy Scenario with Custom Graphics
By: Allison Kim
Synopsis: Scenario-based course applying treatment procedures to real-world situations that Behavior Analyst’s face.
eLearningArt assets used: Illustrated Characters, Illustrated Backgrounds, Office Objects
Broken Coworker - Remake using Visual Novel style
By: Ryan Martin
Synopsis: Interactive story remake of the famous “Broken Coworker” examples, this time using the “Visual Novel” framework and images instead of recorded video.
eLearningArt assets used: Business characters, Office backgrounds, computer objects
Soft Skills Example – Workplace Warzone
By: ELA Studios
Synopsis: This short video conversation between 2 coworkers presents a realistic interaction, followed by an opportunity for learners to make a choice and get feedback. This course highlights the possibility of creating cinematic effects using only still images.
Interactive Story - Conversations that Work
By: Eva Price
Synopsis: Conversations That Work is an interactive story challenging the learner to make choices that help Joe and his team effectively communicate on the job. Each decision in this branched scenario allows practice of the STATE communication strategy to help build psychological safety at work among staff.
Assets used: Photo characters
Soft Skills Micro-scenario - If there is Booze
By: Vignettes Learning / Ray Jimenez
Synopsis: This is one of several micro-stories that highlight potential workplace problems, with interactive choices and feedback provided at the end of each story.
eLearningArt assets used: Business characters
Sexual Harassment Compliance Training
By: Jackie Van Nice
Synopsis: Centered around a single character, Arlo, who isn’t a bad guy, but does run into compliance issues. Learners are presented with “gray-area” scenarios and must determine if Arlo has violated policies (not obvious).