Global Energy Hunt
For the past century, AFS has been running life-altering intercultural exchange programs for young people around the world. We partnered with AFS to develop e-learning to explore sustainable energy production around the globe.
One of the e-learning interactions we developed through this partnership helps students experience and explore energy plants. We wanted this to feel like a global fact-finding mission, so we designed a map and passport stamps to keep track of each location.
We wanted this to feel like a global fact-finding mission, so we designed a map and passport stamps to keep track of each location. Within each type of energy plant, learners land on 360-degree images that learners can drag and scroll to pan around the facility as if they were standing on site. This gives a powerful sense of setting and scale from any laptop or mobile device. In each type of energy plant, students control step-by-step explainers for how energy is converted to electricity. As a final check, learners consolidate advantages and disadvantages of each source of electrical energy.
Experience the energy interaction below to pan and view 360-images and embedded explanations of each type of energy.
We're happy to share this Smoothie Game with the world to show how simple e-learning games support complex learning objectives. This interaction invites learners to combine ingredients to reach nutritional targets for protein, fiber and cost using real nutrition and price data. Learners can try multiple times and there are a range of correct solutions to each challenge.
The cartoon rendering of the kitchen and ingredients brings a playful feel to the dense topic of nutrition labels. This interaction was authored in Articulate Storyline 360 and designed to be deployed in any SCORM-compliant Learning Management System (LMS).