Let us take a deep breath first!
If we have overused our superlatives in describing any previous contests on this forum, we will like to take it back, and place it here, as what we have witness in these last few weeks on elearning.adobe.com/projects page was nothing short of a phenomenon. This has also left our judges in a tizzy in scoring easily, due to the sheer professional quality of projects that all have created through the Adobe Captivate authoring tool.
Kudos to each and every one and take a bow! This has been by far the very best set of projects we have received and it looks difficult to be overshadowed for sometime for sure. This was also our first-ever global engagement and we saw participation form almost every continent in the world. A bit shoutout to our partner — eLearning Industry, for collaborating with us, in creating this property in scouting for the best in the field of eLearning! I am sure this synergy will benefit many such talent waiting to make a mark in the field of eLearning through this recognition.
The competition that commenced on January 21, 2021 saw a whole plethora of projects ranging from augmented reality, dementia, preserving a disappearing dialect, workplace ethics, breast cancer awareness to planning a trip to Japan! Every project offered a variety of points of view on diverse topics and delivered a refreshing eLearning experience that strengthened our vision in delivering the best digital learning experience via our tools. The entries stood proof of the fact that learning can always be fun with the use of the right tools and a little imagination!
We would like to reiterate that while the participants gave their best shot, they sure didn’t make it easy for our experts to rate and choose the winners! It came down to the wire for many. This contest shall forever remain for us for a long long time, a tribute to the top-notch creativity of each and every participant!
Now without further ado – announcing the winners.
We’re excited that this time around, we’ve selected not three, but six top entries, with 3 entries tied for position 1.
“Getting to know your boobs” by Team Onclick(UK) – Kat Rose, Mark Baldwin, Lucinda Mabbit, Amy Hutson
Team Onclick aimed to equip users with confidence and all the required knowledge about a women’s breast health through interactive activities, bright, branded graphics, and an empowering tone of voice.
“What’s for dinner?” by Team Zero Gravity (Sri Lanka) – Wathsala Ruberu, Nuwan S Kekulandara, Anupa Somasiri, Hirushi Jayasena
This talented team from Sri Lanka tried to break down the much vexed theory of “The Problem-Solving Method” into segments while engaging the viewers in learning and practicing the theory using activity, and assessing them based on their answers.
“Running Record Simulation” by Team Augusta University (Georgia) – Jeff Mastromonico, Tim Williams, Arthur Takahashi, Dr. Kim Barker
The Running Record Simulation uses Adobe Captivate and Character Animator to help students learn how to make an informal reading inventory by educating them to use the running record coding method in the evaluation of student reading.
“Ethics at Workplace” by Suresh Kumar DN (India)
A game-based course that is laced with real-life scenarios and activities that are timed and scored. The game has 4 levels where each level tests the learner on the aspect of ethics.
2nd Runners up
“Reviving History through 360 degree technology” by Team Ewyse (Croatia)– Mario Buljan, Martina Osmak, Barbara Ninic, Matea Stare, Matilda Duvnjak
This project created by Mario Buljan’s team Ewyse, aims to bring history to life through a unique and exciting online offering. It incorporates 360-degree video technology to walk around historical monuments and experience the ancient traditions – all from the comfort of your armchair!
“Smoke Free” by Chris Etling (US)
With the right blend of art and interactivity, Chris Etling’s project focuses on educating the users on how to safeguard a smoke-free zone.
Kudos to all the above!
All the winners will be recognized with a winning certificate that is jointly presented (digitally) by Adobe and eLearning Industry! Do let us know below in comments about your feedback here, and do tell us how we can serve you better. We will see you soon with more of such contests in near future. Till then stay safe and keep Captivating!
Avranil on behalf of the Adobe eLearning team.
Piotr can you refresh your browser and check again?
You should be able to see these two links below every project image: Preview Project | Download Project
Congratulations to the winners and runners-up! Great projects! I was also impressed with the winning project’s complexity, quality of materials, idea, and overall impact on the learner.
Interestingly, the runners-up were my personal favorites, and “what’s for dinner” is sooooo cute.
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