Custom eLearning, Serious Games, Training Simulations & Mobile Learning Development
White Papers
Gamification Reference Guide

Gamification - The Learning Manager Reference Guide

Gamification involves the use of game elements to engage a learner’s competitive nature in order to obtain a desired objective. It includes the application of typical elements of game playing (e.g., point scoring, competition with others, rules of play) to encourage engagement with a product or service. Using extrinsic motivation, the gamification of learning leverages the intrinsic motivation and desire to win. When structured properly, the underlying process is able to create positive changes the learner’s behavior.

Although the primary objective of training isn’t for learners to have fun, many studies have shown that by changing the behavior of a learner by making the learning experience fun and enjoyable, the retention of the content will be higher than if the learner attempted to learn content through traditional means. Gamification can be applied in a wide variety of settings that include eLearning, employee training, and website conversion. Download our “Gamification - The Learning Manager Reference Guide” white paper today for an overview of gamification and the value it adds in a corporate setting.

Download your free copy now!

OUR LATEST POSTS

 

eLearning

Custom eLearning
According to The American Society for Training and Development, organizations that offer training options to their employees enjoy a 24% higher profit margin than companies who spend less on training. Without proper training opportunities, your employees may not be able to excel in their roles and...
[totalcount]
01.17.2019

Serious Games

Serious game company
A serious game is designed for purposes other than just fun. It is used for training and has been steadily rising in popularity. Why have serious games become so popular? Well, here are the reasons.Games stimulate the human brain. It provides fun. If you include this fun element in your training,...
[totalcount]
01.07.2019

Training Simulations

Business Simulations
In a business simulation, learners are required to apply whatever they have learned in a risk-free environment. The simulation can be numeric or scenario-based. They are usually used for developing skills like business acumen, problem-solving, decision-making, and so on. But they are not the...
[totalcount]
01.16.2019

Mobile Learning

e learning hospitality industry
Mobile training is becoming the most suitable method for training workers in the hospitality industry. With the advancement of technology, connecting with other people is now possible. There is a need for mobile training to help address the ever-changing hospitality industry. What faster way to...
[totalcount]
01.09.2019