Game Based Learning and Gamification in Training are becoming the most popular trends in HR and L&D departments of large organizations around the world. Many companies are fast realizing the power of using the intuitiveness and engagement powers of game based learning to create training solutions that are vastly superior to legacy elearning content. On
The market for learning games has greatly increased in recent years, and is expected to increase further in the years to come. It is no wonder, then, that there are large numbers of specialized game based learning and content transformation companies such as Indusgeeks engaged in developing Serious Games and Gamification tools for a variety
Indusgeeks will be exhibiting at the Devlearn 2014 expo at the Bellagio Hotel, Las Vegas from October 29 – 30, Booth #527. We look forward to seeing you there!
It’s been a great week for the elearning, business simulation and game based learning field! Here’s some of the best links from the past six days: SCORM Still Dominating ELearning? Learndash’s Justin Ferriman does a great job of providing a brief history of the SCORM standard used and supported by most elearning solutions, along with