Infographic: Five ways to implement Gamification in online courses

Written by Blaze Haselau
Jan 25, 2018

The term ‘gamification’ refers to the inclusion of game-based elements into a specifically non-game context. It is the latest trend in corporate training and eLearning courses, due to its numerous benefits. 

Here are 5 simple design tips to implement gamification in an online course:

0 Comments

Recent Journals

Three assumptions that may hamper online learner engagement

Three assumptions that may hamper online learner engagement

The use of online learning materials has many cited benefits in diverse pedagogical contexts (Appana, 2008). However, when designing online courses and materials, educators tend to hold certain presuppositions about learners’ attitudes and capabilities. This article...

read more
The future of learning will be community- and inquiry-based

The future of learning will be community- and inquiry-based

For thousands of years, humans have learned by making personal meaning and by confirming that meaning with those around them – there weren’t always dedicated classrooms, teachers or classmates as there are today. We learned within our community. We learned by...

read more
Five learning theories to consider in eLearning design

Five learning theories to consider in eLearning design

Understanding the principles of knowledge acquisition can help educators to create more effective learning experiences. This article explores five learning theories that are worth considering when designing eLearning courses, and discusses why practitioners may find...

read more
WordPress Image Lightbox