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Even though learning games have been a valid form of training for so long, many learning managers are reluctant to try them out.
Instead of spoon-feeding a tasteless gruel of dull content to an uninterested audience, learning games act as a delicious cake your learners can’t resist!
Learning games are a great way to engage your learners, and you’ll be surprised at the range of people who respond to them
Don’t be scared of learning games! It’s not as hard as you might think to boost engagement with a game-based learning solution.
Learning games are different from the typical eLearning units you’ve grown to merely tolerate. Instead of a passive, click-through slideshow, the experience is more interactive and it makes use of gamification – the secret sauce of engagement.
Add an extra level of engagement to your training videos by building them into a learning game. All you need is the right authoring tool…