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Game-based learning is branching out. While digital and simulation-based knowledge isn’t new to the medical field, involving patients in them is.
For many years workers in various medicine sectors have successfully used game-based learning and simulations as part of their training. It allows the trainees to treat “patients” in a risk-free environment.
They can interact with their virtual patient,...
Simulation-based learning is increasingly being used in employee corporate training. VR, AR, MR, and online platforms are more engaging than traditional learning models. This is because immersive learning is great for:
Capturing learner attention
Customizing employee training experience
Improving employee confidence
Technology is advancing fast, and virtual simulations are becoming the norm in corporate employee training. There are various platforms for improving staff skills and knowledge, like VR, AR, online desktop simulations, and a mix between them. But, running a simulation program alone doesn't guarantee success. You must gather and analyze the data that comes out of these courses, setting up some metrics beforehand can come in handy. Metrics and...
Clinical experience training in health care has traditionally relied upon learning on-the-job with actual patients and malpractice risk. Industries such as aviation, construction, fitness, and many more have used Virtual Reality to solve dangerous training situations such as those the healthcare industry faces. When appropriately applied, VR helps medical...
Training simulations are taking center stage in the corporate business environment. This immersive learning strategy allows employees to experience and solve real-world issues in a virtual setting while removing risk factors. A simulated life-like experience helps to educate people in a fun and memorable way. The result is a fast acquisition of various skills.
Many industries employ simulated learning to help their staff gain new...
Artificial intelligence (AI) involves designing intelligent software that makes choices based on its environmental analysis. As AI becomes mainstream, it is only natural that it will have a role to play in the future of eLearning.
For example, AI can be used in a quiz program at the end of a topic to decide which questions a learner should be asked based on his previous responses. Alternatively, you could use it to...
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