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Instructional Interactive & Media Content Examples

A curated collection of online content examples, including interactive simulations, visualizations, case scenarios, games, and videos. Presented as inspiration for faculty and staff to explore the possibilities for online instructional content creation.

How The Iowa Democratic Caucus Works, Featuring Legos

An entertaining and informative video featuring Lego figures. "The Iowa caucus isn't like a regular primary. Here's how it works." Created by Taylor Dobbs & Angela Evancie | Vermont Public Radio

Lessons Worth Sharing | TED-Ed

Use engaging videos on TED-Ed to create customized lessons. You can use, tweak, or completely redo any lesson featured on TED-Ed, or create lessons from scratch based on any video from YouTube.

The Wealthiest Americans Ever - New York Times

An interactive graphic showing the 30 all-time richest Americans.

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SPENT

SPENT

Online case scenario/game. Think you’ll never have to ask for help? Here’s your chance to prove it.

Elearning examples -- infographics, simulations, and online courses

A collection of elearning examples compiled by Cathy Moore.

PhET: Online physics, chemistry, biology, earth science and math simulations

Interactive educational simulations covering a diverse topics. Designed by the University of Colorado.

Fractions of a Second: An Olympic Musical Interactive Graphic

The closeness of some Olympic races can be hard to perceive. Listen to the differences.

2014: The Year in Interactive Storytelling, Graphics and Multimedia

Selected New York Times graphics, visualizations and multimedia stories from 2014.

Explained Visually

Created by Victor Powell. An Explorable Explanation experiment in making hard ideas intuitive.

Explorable Explanations

In all these wide and varied examples, the reader is active. The reader asks questions, and finds answers. The reader proves lessons to themselves. The reader gains an intuitive understanding of complex systems. The reader creates hypothetical worlds. Above all, the reader is having a conversation with the author.

Parable of the Polygons

Created by Vi Hart & Nicky Case. An interactive playable post on how harmless choices can make a harmful world.

Ten Brighter Ideas? An Explorable Explanation

Created by Bret Victor. Example of an explorable explanation on energy conservation.

Explorable Explanations

An essay by Bret Victor on (and examples of) reactive documents, explorable examples, and contextual information.

Coming Out Simulator 2014

An interactive "choose your own adventure" work created by Nicky Case. A half-true story about half-truths

Neurotic Neurons

Created by Nicky Case. An interactive animation about neurons & anxiety.

Empathy: Exploring Human Connection

Produced by Cleveland Clinic. In this creative, emotionally stirring interpretation of what it means to have empathy, you will be taken through a hospital with the ability to see people’s thoughts and feelings.

Seven Digital Deadly Sins

From The Guardian - Participate in an interactive reflection of our digital selves.

Prescribed: A Personalized Tour of 'Obamacare'

Interactive Tour on Wall Street Journal site - Explore how America's health-care overhaul will affect you on this first-person adventure.

Interactive Video: The Next Big Thing in Mobile

Paul Clothier, Learning Solutions magazine. "For 20 years we have had an interactive web with links to all manner of content, including videos; this model is duplicated from the desktop to mobile devices. With the evolving possibilities of interactive video, we may soon see this turned on its head. The new canvas won’t be the web page, but may be a video, and all the interactivity and links to content will be within the video itself. What was the contained object will become the container itself."

Video for eLearning

"How to Think Like Hollywood" by Stephen Haskin, Learning Solutions Magazine. What is most important to creation of excellent, engaging video for eLearning? Is it technology? Is it budget? Actually, it’s the
style, the story, and the out-of-the-box thinking that go into the video.