10 tips for creating elearning games using interactive video

Elearning games are a huge growth area with research suggesting the global market will reach $2.4 billion by 2018.

As more organisations explore their use within workplace training, the scope of elearning games is changing and expanding. Until recently, most of the elearning games we were being asked to create for businesses tended to focus on compliance needs such as information security training or social media policy. But we wanted to push the boundaries and explore what is possible with elearning games.

Can they work for soft skills or management and leadership training, for example?

So we set ourselves a challenge; create a management skills elearning game using interactive video. We learnt a great deal about the process, the pitfalls and the potential. Here are 11 tips to help anyone considering a similar project:

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