A specific gamification technique (leaderboards, badges, scenarios, etc.) won’t solve the training issue alone. It’s really about the design of the particular gamification tool that matters, especially when it comes to a multigenerational workforce. Here we’ve provided five excellent gamification tips that will have a positive impact on your multigenerational workforce.
Harness the Power of AR/VR Technology
Thanks to the development of new technology, training methods unheard of only a decade or two ago are now part of mainstream eLearning programs. Learn how to retain a competitive edge and revolutionize training using AR/VR technology.
5 Instructional Technologies for a Multigenerational Workforce
Engaging learners from different generations requires a closer look at instructional technologies. This article explores five instructional technologies that can engage your multigenerational workforce.
Engaging the Indoor Kids: Three Gamification Techniques That Will Appeal to Introverts
Gamification in instructional design has been around for long enough to generate its share of criticisms. For example, one of the more prominent selling points of a gamified training course …
5 Ways to Get the Most Out of Gamification
Gamification is a popular trend in today’s elearning environment, which makes sense if you look at the numbers. Gamification has a solid research base that has proven its effectiveness, and …
[Infographic] The History of Training and Development
Learn more about the history of training and development, from the 1800s to the present day.
Driving Employee Engagement with Gamification
Have you ever walked out of a bad movie? Or more likely: Have you ever stopped watching a film on Netflix with absolutely no desire to finish it? Maybe it …
7 Awesome Microlearning Examples
Many companies are looking for the benefits of microlearning – less time away from work, personalization, accessibility, strong retention – but it can be hard to get started without seeing …
What’s In a Game: The Ten Button Theory
What makes a good game – elearning or otherwise? As I’ve been working on a few different learning games recently, it became clear that some people are intimidated by the …