Game based learning, gamification and game based training are quickly becoming growing trends in today’s world. Corporations, academic institutions and even governments are now discovering the power of game based learning and training, specifically its ability to play a key role in being able to teach important steps for corporate compliance. For example, imagine a situation where,
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In this blog, we discuss the key differences between gamification, game based learning and games.
Interactive learning is considered as the best method for learning. There is no alternate to interactive learning session, as it engages you more in the learning process. Often it has been noted that with interactive learning sessions, learners acquire knowledge and in-depth understanding on some specific matters quicker. With the global IT and technology boom,