November 15, 2020
Build-A-Bot: Build your own character branched scenario intro
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November 15, 2020
Build-A-Bot: Build your own character branched scenario intro
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This project is an example of using variables, multi-state objects, advanced actions and conditional actions to create a ‘build your own character’ activity into an eLearning course. The variables are referenced to change states/ show the learner’s character throughout the course. This is set up to move into a branched scenario and again using a variable to capture a name to incorporate it into the course. This is a fun way to add a little personalization into a course if it makes sense for your content.

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2021-03-11 08:22:34
2021-03-11 08:22:34

Wonderful idea. I like the robots. They are cute.  I have one technical suggestion. I think that it would be better to make choosing the robot’s parts sequential. I mean, first, you choose a head (the body is hidden), then you choose a body and finish constructing the robot. Technically, it’s possible for a user to choose only one part and go forward. Then you end up with a talking head only instead of a whole robot.

But again, a great idea. It could be, for example, a theme for any kind of scientific – futuristic project. Thumbs up!

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2021-02-22 20:22:03
2021-02-22 20:22:03

What a great idea! I would love to see what happens next.

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2021-02-19 21:27:39
2021-02-19 21:27:39

Very nice project. The head and torso options line up well, the robot character looks clean regardless of head-and-torso combinations. I also like the text box within the speech bubble. Extremely well done. I would love to read what happens next.

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2021-03-08 09:22:00
2021-03-08 09:22:00
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Yes. The robots are cute

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2020-12-21 13:04:42
2020-12-21 13:04:42

The design and content here are  very awesome.

Great work!

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2020-12-10 16:14:31
2020-12-10 16:14:31

Thanks a lot for sharing!

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2020-11-20 10:58:33
2020-11-20 10:58:33

Once you choose the problem, this stalls.  Or is it the intended end of the piece.  I like the entry field speech bubble too.

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2020-11-16 05:38:32
2020-11-16 05:38:32

I never thought to have an entry field in a speech bubble, love it! But (on iPad) I couldn’t get past selecting a head and selecting that there was an issue with my antenna

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2020-11-16 20:08:26
2020-11-16 20:08:26
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Thanks. That’s strange. I’ll test it!

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2020-11-16 22:34:42
2020-11-16 22:34:42
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In all fairness my calibration could be off, so I may have only thought I clicked something.

…but wanted to share before I totally forgot. I enjoyed!

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