Gamification and simulations

“Gamification is using game-based mechanics, aesthetics and game thinking to engage people, motivate action, promote learning and solve problems” - Karl Kapp, professor at Bloomsburg University.

The use of this method in e-learning has many benefits for your training and courses, like:
• Increased engagement of learners
• Lots of fun with a fully new learning experience
• Improved retention of gained knowledge
• Higher motivation due to game-like scenarios
• Boosted employee’s confidence, as errors are fully acceptable in gaming

Being such a broad concept, gamification in eLearning has multiple applications in a variety of industries. We can make an amazing e-learning experience by using leaderboards, different scenarios, progress bars, avatars, points and badges, or even simulation through VR.

Explainer videos

Using videos in your courses and training makes learning much more immersive and entertaining. Attractive visuals with a good script will make any learning experience more enjoyable, as if you were watching a cartoon.

You can get a lot of advantages by adopting explainer videos in e-learning such as:
• Display boring procedures in a much more natural way
• Visual learning is preferred by more than 65% of the population
• Abstract data can be easily explained using video animation
• They spark the interest of your audience and hold their attention during the learning process

Wake up your inner child!


Blended learning

Not sure what kind of training would best appeal to your employees? Blended learning is the right thing for you! It gives you a myriad of options that suit everyone’s learning style. With a mixture of webinars, videos, quizzes, and other content forms that make the learning process quick and easy, it will boost your employees’ motivation to acquire knowledge.

By choosing blended learning, a trainee will receive:

• The autonomy to control the pace of their own education
• At least a part of the input in the form they find most entertaining
• Opportunity to be engaged in their learning process
• Interaction with the content that makes the training more enjoyable

Interactive e-learning

So simple, but so engaging! That is how easy we can define communication between trainees and platforms for e-learning. With so few options - clicking, hovering, and dragging, a learner can achieve long-term knowledge retention.

By using this technique alone or combined with others, your employees can profit from:
• A better understanding of a subject matter
• A feeling of control over the process
• Risk-free and free from prejudice setting where they can explore solutions
• Long-lasting business know-how
• Much more entertainment and flexibility


Branching scenarios

Wouldn’t it be fun if long, boring training looked like video games? Branching scenarios place learners into the role of decision-makers whose choices unravel certain consequences as if they were fictional characters from games.

Engaging a trainee in such an imaginative manner can be beneficial in many aspects:

• Knowledge of theory can be applied in practice
• Learners become prepared for real-life situations
• The theory is learned through trial and error
• There is no potential danger resulting from a bad decision

Learning platform migrations

We facilitate migration while ensuring a smooth transition between an old LMS to a new LMS platform. There could be several reasons for such a change, such as:
• To become user-friendly
• High subscription costs
• Poor customer service
• Lack of important analytics
• Outdatedness

Whatever your motivation is, we will be there to make that process as efficient as possible for you, so you can focus on what you do best - create great and necessary courses for your team!


Mobile learning

Enter the training anytime and anywhere with mobile learning. Doing the courses for work has never been this prompt and enjoyable!

All your employee needs is a laptop or any other portable device, such as a smartphone or tablet and you will get:

• An amazing adventure wherever you are
• Possibility to control when and how much you study
• Autonomy to organize your own learning process
• Enhanced thirst for knowledge, which becomes easily accessible

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