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March 16, 2016

eLearning Authoring Tool Costs: 7 Factors To Consider

eLearning authoring tools give eLearning professionals the opportunity to develop eLearning content in a fraction of the time. Even those with no prior graphic design experience can create interactive and immersive multimedia elements and visual learning materials for eLearning. But what is the real price for all of these perks? In this article, I'll explore 7 of the most important factors to consider when calculating eLearning authoring tool costs.
by Christopher Pappas
March 14, 2016 | Sponsored

5 Tips To Create Meaningful And Engaging 2D Simulations

Engagement. This is what effective training simulations are all about. The truth is, about 80% of learners are complaining about the lack of interactivity in their learning modules. Consequently, results are going down, training managers are getting frustrated, and the overall skills of the organization are not increasing. In this article, we are going to solve this problem, by showing you how to create meaningful and engaging 2D simulations.
by Yann Teyssier
March 8, 2016

What Are The Benefits Of Serious Game Development? Featuring 4 Killer Examples

Serious game development is growing. Military, corporate, education, and health care organizations from around the world are enjoying the positive effects that serious game development have had on their organization’s learning needs. Even though this is a matter of fact, some of them are still not confident about this new eLearning trend. If you still have doubts about serious games efficiency in eLearning, you should keep reading.
by Yann Teyssier
March 1, 2016

8 Tips To Create 3D Simulations For Non-Game Designers: The ITyStudio Case

Putting knowledge into action. This is the statement we hear the most from our customers. If you are a training manager, chances are you face the same issues. To date, the best way to engage your learners into the training is to use serious games. More precisely, 3D simulations. At the first glance, everything seem clean and easy. Nevertheless, when it comes to serious game development, hurdles are along the way. Graphical environments. Characters. Scenario based learning. All the elements you have to put together can overwhelm you. Suddenly, your dream of creating 3D simulations becomes a technical nightmare. Fortunately, there are easy to use solutions out there. Keep reading to learn how to create your first 3D simulations quickly and easily.
by Yann Teyssier
February 24, 2016 | Sponsored

5 Things About Learning Simulations Your Boss Wants To Know

Learning simulations. Serious Games. eLearning. Digital Learning. These words seem common nowadays, right? This might be the case if you are the training manager of a digitally driven company. However, for some CEOs, the concepts listed above are inappropriate to a proper learning organization. Are you a training manager yourself? Do you have to fight with your boss every day so that he accepts to use learning simulations within your overall training strategy? Well, if you are in that case, keep reading. In this article, we will give you 5 tips to convince your boss that setting up learning simulations is definitely the right thing to do.
by Yann Teyssier
February 17, 2016 | Sponsored

6 Steps To Create Serious Games With ITyStudio

Text-based eLearning modules, or how to get your employees bored and underperforming, while making trainers / employers frustrated. This is when «Learning by doing» comes into play; thanks to serious games, you can create engaging training modules. You might be wondering: «Ok great, but how do we do to create serious games? Is it another complex solution that will require a lot of efforts and money from our side?» Well, if you think so, keep reading. In this article, we will breakdown how you can develop your first serious games quickly and easily, using an authoring tool called ITyStudio.
by Yann Teyssier