Jeopardy Game Template

You probably remember one time or another in your life when you took a sick day and found yourself binge-watching episode after episode of Jeopardy! and allowing the smooth, dulcet voice of Alex Trebek to take your troubles away. How great would it be to reproduce that intensely nostalgic feeling and the intellectual atmosphere it promotes into the wonderful world of eLearning?

Cover A Lot Of eLearning Material Quickly

One reason we are very excited about our Jeopardy! style game template, “Game Show” is its inherent ability to disseminate a lot of information in the space of just a couple minutes. The objective of any eLearning game should be to communicate the material efficiently and in a stimulating manner. This template has you covered on both fronts.
“Game Show” is versatile because, much like the real Jeopardy! TV show, many different questions, spanning diverse topics can be asked, spanning a wide swath of material within a quick span of time.

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Engage the Learner

By tapping into such a huge part of the pop culture, this template has the advantage of familiarity. Familiarity creates a lower pressure environment where the learner can feel less on-the-spot and more  confident in their answers.

How to use the Jeopardy! Game Template in Storyline

In this short tutorial, learn how to get started with the old eLearning Brothers Articulate Storyline games. Learn how to update the old versions of the templates as well as the basic layout of all the Storyline games.

 

And allow us to walk you through essentials of the NEW eLearning Brothers Articulate Storyline games. Learn how to update NEW versions of the templates as well as the basic layout of all the Storyline games.

If you’ve ever built an elearning module based on a Jeopardy game show, tell us about your experience in the comments below!

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