Game-Based Learning

Who doesn’t love some friendly competition, even with themselves?! Find out what game-based learning is and how it can spice things up in your eLearning course.

Can Serious Games Spice Up Product Knowledge Training?

Product knowledge training has traditionally been difficult because of the large amounts of information learners must simply remember. Using serious games for learning and sound instructional design principles can vastly improve the amount of information adult learners can commit to long-term memory.

The Secret to Effective e-Learning Games

The Secret to Effective eLearning Games

Serious games do more than just offer a few badges for finishing a quiz here and there. An effective serious game creates a learning environment where learning objectives are translated into important behaviors, where the context is meaningful to the learner and decisions are consequential.

4 Mistakes That Ruin A Serious Game’s Learning Value

If serious games are not carefully mapped to the key elements needed for learning. Instructional designers new to game design must take the time to learn about common game elements and how they link to learning. The result? Serious games that avoid the common mistakes detailed in this article!

The Agile Approach to Learning Game Design

The Agile Approach To Learning Game Design

Corporate learning professionals, instructional designers, trainers and eLearning pros… listen up. I want to let you in on a little secret: Game-based learning requires a whole new approach to learning design. It’s not the same as eLearning development, and it’s definitely not a set of skills you can pick up at an in-service day. The ADDIE approach to learning and development simply does not work with games. You have to go Agile instead.