Case Scenario Critical Reader Support Page - Design Resources - Conceptualizing Your Case Scenario (UW-Madison)
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The key to creating an engaging e-learning scenario is to develop a good story and framework. Here are some resources to help you get started.
|Three Steps to Building Branching Scenarios||Tom Kuhlmann explains a simple 3C model for building interactive branching scenarios consisting of Challenge, Choices, and Consequences.||Text with samples|
|E-Learning Example: Branching Scenario||This overview of how to create branching scenarios provides a link to an excellent example scenario. Be sure to "give it a spin."||Article with demo.|