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eLearning Games: 5 Facts That Will Impress Your Boss

eLearning Games: 5 Facts That Will Impress Your Boss

Return On Investment. Skills Improvement. These kind of words are the ones that your boss is looking for. However, they might not know the last solutions and technologies that could help them reach their objectives; here are 5 outstanding facts about eLearning games that will definitely impress them.

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

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.

6 Steps To Create Serious Games With ITyStudio

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.

6 Tips For Serious Game Development For Non-Game Designers

6 Tips For Serious Game Development For Non-Game Designers

To train more than to entertain: That is the motto of a proper serious game. Indeed, these kinds of training methods have gained undeniable popularity, since institutions, as well as companies, decided to implement them as part of their training programs some years ago. Consequently, a lot of training managers became interested in serious game development or, in other words, in how to design such training modules. However, when it comes to serious game development, a lot of questions come into play. Sometimes they can be scary, or even overwhelming. For instance, «Will I have to create 3D environments by myself ?», or «Will I have to do some coding in order to make my training module work?». Well, if you are a non-game designer interested in serious game development, you should keep reading.

Gameplay Programming Best Practices

Gameplay Programming Best Practices

Gameplay programming has become so complex that we can’t allow spending the time for reinventing the wheel anymore. This article aims to help you organize your workflow efficiently as it do outstanding companies in the game industry.

5 Things Modern Learners Love About Game-Based Mobile Learning

5 Things Modern Learners Love About Game-Based Mobile Learning

As eLearning developers, our main focus has to be on the ways that learners can be best engaged. Game-based mobile learning has been immensely successful in corporate circles as well, to create impactful learning opportunities for employees. Now learning games are available on learners’ mobile devices as well and this takes their popularity on a whole new level.

ITyStudio: A Game-Based Learning Platform To Create eLearning Games

ITyStudio: A Game-Based Learning Platform To Create eLearning Games

When speaking to our leads, we often hear the same painful problem from Training Managers: «Only 10% of our workforce completed the training they are supposed to take on the Learning Management System». Then, they all pretty much have the same explanations: «The completion is low because the content is not engaging». Consequently, they are all coming to us, like a starving crowd, begging for a game-based learning platform that could fix their problem. However, even if there are some game-based learning platforms out there, they remain tools. There is no «easy button», and a game-based learning platform is not a cure-all for boring content or bad learning design.

10 Tips To Create Learning Simulations For Non-Game Designers

10 Tips To Create Learning Simulations For Non-Game Designers

At the first glance, creating learning simulations seems really appealing: This is about catching most of learners’ attention, this is about interactivity, this is about new trends… Everything is like a fairy tale until… You actually try to make one! Creating the graphical environment (setting up your backgrounds, your characters), as well as creating your pedagogical structure (choosing evaluation criteria and feedbacks), to finally put every single piece of the puzzle altogether, usually asks a lot of effort, whether it is from you web design team, developers team, eLearning trainers, etc. And you end up finishing this tedious task with a lot of pain. And sometimes, the worst case scenario: The outcome isn’t that good! Your learners don’t really identify themselves to the training; there are bugs here and there in the learning simulations. Anyway, if you have always been dreaming about creating engaging learning simulations, but felt overwhelmed with all the technical stuff, you should read this article.

How To Build Powerful Serious Games: The ITyStudio Case

How To Build Powerful Serious Games: The ITyStudio Case

Training programs that shift from text-based eLearning to “Learning by doing” is a dream come true for employers / trainers who are frustrated with underperforming employees. How do we engage employees in serious games? Simple. A storyline with characters, combined with a great authoring tool!

7 Tips To Use Puzzle Games In eLearning

7 Tips To Use Puzzle Games In eLearning

Puzzles bring out the curiosity and fascination in all of us, which makes them an ideal match for eLearning experiences. In this article, I’ll share how you can incorporate puzzle games into your eLearning course in order to boost emotional connectivity and engage your audience.