Both games and gamification can offer engaging, effective experiences for learners. There’s a lot of buzz about these methodologies in the learning community, and it’s helpful to understand the basics of each approach, as they’re quite distinct.
Authors: James Heiliger & Wei-Cheng Tang
So you’ve created a Storyline file with no Final Test. However, your course contains slides that the user may or may not ever go to (e.g., a Help slide, branching slides that are optional). This makes using the minimum number of pages viewed option when publishing a bit tricky to reliably and consistently obtain course completion on an LMS. (more…)
Mobile devices are everywhere, yet many eLearning strategies are still lagging behind. According to Google, nearly 80 percent of the global population has a mobile phone and we’ve already discussed the Seven Benefits to mLearning. So the question remains, “why are mLearning projects still not a major trend?” (more…)