Tip 1 : Present the information creatively.
Brainstorm ways to present the story in a creative format, including social media threads, letters, email exchanges, diary entries, comic strip, or just write out the story using dialogue or text boxes.
Tip 2 : Use your team's talents.
You may have colleagues with hidden talents, so ask around. Perhaps someone on your team writes comic books as a hobby or is a YouTube enthusiast.
Tip 3 : Know your tools.
There are numerous free or reduced-cost tools to help you create interactive e-learning presentations. You can build branching scenarios in YouTube, use GoAnimate for inexpensive animation, and Adobe Spark for other types of simple video presentations.
Tip 4 : Learn how to source free or reduced cost visuals.
Use Google Advanced Search to find visual elements that are labelled for commercial use, with or without adjustment.