Gamification

Learning Science Word Salad: 14 Terms to Know

What percentage of your learning content are you okay with people forgetting? This is a question we often ask our clients. We ask this because we […]

Bloom’s Taxonomy and Learning Games

You have a clear business problem, a related instructional goal, and a desire to incorporate learning games to help you achieve your instructional goal. But […]

Setting your profile picture in Loquiz pro

When you have logged into Loquiz you probably have noticed icon with grey and white fellow in the upper right corner next to your user […]

Do-it-Yourself Simulation Gamification

if( document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ) ) document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ).insertAdjacentHTML( "beforebegin", "" ); Mobile Builds and Integration with VR In the field of gamification there are many […]

Using gif-s in games

It’s a picture, it’s a video, it’s a GIF. Using a moving image as a question can add some interactivity or plain fun to team […]

De-Gamification?

if( document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ) ) document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ).insertAdjacentHTML( "beforebegin", "" ); Let’s take a quick break from blogging and talk about “de-gamification”. Yes, you read that […]

Game Based Learning , mLearning Serious Games and Gamification – the best method to engage your learners

In the current training landscape, new trends have now established themselves to be unparalleled when it comes to helping the user engage with content, improve […]

Virtual Reality Gamification: Part One

if( document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ) ) document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ).insertAdjacentHTML( "beforebegin", "" ); The User Experience This is the first post in our series on augmented and […]

The argument for Game Based Learning

The recent trend towards gamification and game based learning has been growing over the past decade, with several corporate training and corporate learning initiatives launched […]

How Sharon Boller and Karl Kapp’s Learning Game Design Process Works

Last week we announced Sharon Boller and Dr. Karl Kapp’s new book on learning game design on the BLP blog. It’s called “Play to Learn: […]

Creating good questions for games I – questions about the location

No matter, whether you use offline tools like a pen and paper or utilize a scavenger hunt app- all good games start with good questions […]

Emerging Learning and Development Models: Part Ten

if( document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ) ) document.getElementById( "builder-styles-css" ).insertAdjacentHTML( "beforebegin", "" ); Mobile Gamification Systems: Taking a Deeper Look In this last post about emerging L&D […]

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