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Online Learning 101: Part II Games and Interactivity

BRAVO! Web and PING were selected from a three part series by eLearn Magazine on games and interactivity.

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Training Media Review (BRAVO! PART I: Overview)

I've not seen gaming software before that lets me, or should I say encourages me, to tweak the game interface. For example, I can customize the game intro page to show off my company logo or my corporate brand! Or better still, pre-assign team names based on company groups or divisions. Is that cool or what?

Tech Learning (BRAVO! Review)

The BRAVO! software suite features four customizable training game templates that offer a dynamic way to present any content. The suite is available in three formats (classroom, Web, and LMS) and comprises the following games: Quiz Show, Billionaire, ShowDown, and Spin Off. BRAVO! works with any instructional content and allows trainers to present in any language. Learn More...

Game-Show Edutainment (BRAVO! Review)

The line between educator and entertainer is sometimes blurred. The best educators find unique ways to maintain the attention of the class, thus enhancing retention. BRAVO! from C3 SoftWorks enables you to introduce, reinforce or review any topic through a variety of fun games: “Quiz Show” follows the format of Jeopardy!, “Billionaire” is akin to Who wants to be a Millionaire, “Showdown” follows Family Feud, and “Spin Off” is like Wheel of Fortune. BRAVO! allows you to create individualized cartoon characters (avatars) to let your personality come through on screen. Some of the games are upgrades from previous C3 SoftWorks titles that now use vector graphics and run much faster. Check out these cool ways to make learning more fun! Full-Text PDF (109 KB)

Game-Show Edutainment (BRAVO! Review)

The old axiom of training is, “Tell ‘em, Tell ‘em again and Tell ‘em what you told ‘em.” Review is a critical practice when delivering training or making presentations, especially to audiences with short attention spans. (Trainers, you know who I'm talking about.)

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