Gamification is a great way to engage and motivate learners, and to fast track the achievement of your goals. In this article, we discuss three good and three poor examples of gamification, along with the reasons for each.
Is eLearning just about sharing information that can be readily accessed? To make learning truly impactful, the learning experience also has to be enhanced. Modern learners are technology savvy and use technology platforms that provide the finest in terms of experience.
The international panel of judges praised the winning project for its great execution and use of gamification for adult learning.
Gamification makes online course more understandable for learners, providing them with an efficient learning platform for their innovative thoughts to bounce around. Games help triggering live discussions on different learning concepts.
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BAFTA-winning purposeful games studio Preloaded is delighted that its latest project, V&A Secret Seekers, has launched at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London.
At eLearning Brothers, it’s our goal to help you jump the gap from boring eLearning into fun (and customizable) learning experiences! That’s why we built Eibhlin’s Quest, our newest Storyline game with extra emphasis on the GAME!
GamEffective releases world’s first platform featuring video-based game narratives, infused with learning items. The platform lets employees sense their progression in a fun way and is especially useful for onboarding and courses.