5 Examples Of Game Based Learning For Corporate Training

| October 17, 2018

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eLearning can be made more effective with the elements of Gamification wherein gaming elements are added into an eLearning course to craft a highly effective and engaging learning experience.Rewards and recognitions have always motivated employees since inception, and honestly, that is their driving force. Gamification in eLearning promotes friendly competition, imparts a sense of achievement, engages learners to achieve the desired behavioral change, and motivates learners to advance through the course and take action, thereby influencing their behavior.

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