Game-Based eLearning: Making GBL Effective Through Avatars And Immersive Stories

Good games have strong, avatar-based play and compelling storylines that keep players on tenterhooks throughout the experience. In my experience, I have found avatars and immersive stories work very well in eLearning games. In this article, I will share my understanding of this gamification solution. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Alternate Reality Game Design: Story And Player Types

An ARG is built around player goals and objectives, but is often fueled by the story. The depth and breadth of the story and the importance of the story to the player may vary throughout the ARG. But, there’s no doubt that the storyline is what makes ARGs different from other learning formats. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Reasons Why The Gamification Of The Education System In Africa Is Important

Students like a gamified learning environment, no matter their age. African students can learn quickly if they get access to exciting learning experiences. In this article, we explain why the gamification of the education is possible and convenient for young Africans students. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

How To Make An Alternate Reality Game: Introduction

ARGs do not spring fully formed from their creator’s mind. Instead, they are the result of many hours of ideation, refinement, and testing. But like any creative endeavor, the reward of seeing your creation come to life and the goals achieved is priceless. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.